Corpus ID: 16770772

TOPICS IN NETWORK AND SERVICE MANAGEMENT

@inproceedings{Park2011TOPICSIN,
  title={TOPICS IN NETWORK AND SERVICE MANAGEMENT},
  author={Byungchul Park and Jame Won-Ki Hong and Young J. Won},
  year={2011}
}
A decade of research on traffic classification has provided various methodologies to investi- gate the traffic composition in data communica- tion networks. Many variants or combinations of such methodologies have been introduced con- tinuously to improve the classification accuracy and efficiency. However, the level of classifica- tion details is often bounded to identifying pro- tocols or applications in use. In this article, we propose a fine-grained traffic classification scheme based on… Expand

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