IP packet generation: statistical models for TCP start times based on connection-rate superposition

@inproceedings{Cleveland2000IPPG,
  title={IP packet generation: statistical models for TCP start times based on connection-rate superposition},
  author={William S. Cleveland and Dong Lin and Don X. Sun},
  booktitle={SIGMETRICS},
  year={2000}
}
TCP start times for HTTP are nonstationary. The nonstationarity occurs because the start times on a link, a point process, are a superposition of source traffic point processes, and the statistics of superposition changes as the number of superposed processes changes. The start time rate is a measure of the number of traffic sources. The univariate distribution of the inter-arrival times is approximately Weibull, and as the rate increases, the Weibull shape parameter goes to 1, an exponential… CONTINUE READING
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