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|Title: ||Multifractals: From modeling to control of broadband network traffic|
|Authors: ||KRISHNA, PM|
|Issue Date: ||2003|
|Publisher: ||SPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN|
|Citation: ||PROCESSES WITH LONG-RANGE CORRELATIONS: THEORY AND APPLICATIONS,621,373-392|
|Abstract: ||Broadband network traffic has been observed to possess complex scaling behavior which cannot be modeled using the traditional tele traffic models. In this paper, we provide insights into modeling of tele traffic data using multifractal cascade processes which were first proposed for modeling turbulence in fluid dynamics. This model is also applied to explain the phenomena of increased burstiness in the multiplexed tele traffic. Since the phenomenon of traffic multiplexing is non linear in nature, we use non traditional methods like the analysis of the entropy of the multiplexed data in order to arrive at conclusive results.|
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