Practical Guide To Heavy Tails : Statistical Techniques and Applications "

@inproceedings{Adler1996PracticalGT,
  title={Practical Guide To Heavy Tails : Statistical Techniques and Applications "},
  author={Robert Adler and Raisa Feldman and Murad S. Taqqu},
  year={1996}
}
High-resolution traac measurements from modern communications networks provide unique opportunities for developing and validating mathematical models for aggregate traac. To exploit these opportunities, we emphasize the need for structural models that take into account spe-ciic physical features of the underlying communication network structure. This approach is in sharp contrast to the traditional black box modeling methodology from time series analysis that ignores, in general, speciic… CONTINUE READING
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