Modeling Network Traffic with Multifractal Behavior

@article{Nogueira2003ModelingNT,
  title={Modeling Network Traffic with Multifractal Behavior},
  author={Ant{\'o}nio Nogueira and Paulo Salvador and Rui Valadas and Antonio Luiz Schalata Pacheco},
  journal={Telecommunication Systems},
  year={2003},
  volume={24},
  pages={339-362}
}
The traffic engineering of IP networks requires accurate characterization and modeling of network traffic, due to the growing diversity of multimedia applications and the need to efficiently support QoS differentiation in the network. In recent years several types of traffic behavior, that can have significant impact on network performance, were discovered: longrange dependence, self-similarity and, more recently, multifractality. The extent to which a traffic model needs to incorporate each of… CONTINUE READING
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