Operations Measurements for Engineering Support of High-speed Networks with Self-similar Traac

@inproceedings{Jerkins1999OperationsMF,
  title={Operations Measurements for Engineering Support of High-speed Networks with Self-similar Traac},
  author={Judith L. Jerkins and Arnold L. Neidhardt and Jonathan L. Wang and Ashok Erramilli and Bellcore},
  year={1999}
}
Traac engineering for high-speed packet networks is necessary to ensure that provisioned capacity i s suucient to meet anticipated demand for a broad range of ooered services, but not so excessive a s t o render services uneconomical. Currently most packet-based networks, including Internet, Frame Relay, and ATM networks, are engineered and managed either using traditional circuit-switched methods or on an ad-hoc basis. Given the anticipated diversity o f p a c k et applications e.g., voice… CONTINUE READING
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