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CoLoRaDe: A Novel Algorithm for Controlling Long-Range Dependent Network Traffic

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CoLoRaDe: A Novel Algorithm for Controlling Long-Range Dependent Network Traffic
Long-range dependence characteristics have been observed in many natural or physical phenomena. In particular, a significant impact on data network performance has been shown in several papers. Congested Internet situations, where TCP/IP buffers start to fill, show long-range dependent (LRD) self-similar chaotic behaviour. The exponential growth of the number of servers, as well as the number of users, causes the performance of the Internet to be problematic since the LRD traffic has a significant impact on the buffer requirements. The Internet is a large-scale, widearea network for which the importance of measurement and analysis of traffic is vital. The intensity of the long-range dependence (LRD) of communications network traffic can be measured using the Hurst parameter. A variety of techniques (such as R/S analysis, aggregated variance-time analysis, periodogram analysis, Whittle estimator, Higuchi’s method, Wavelet-based estimator, absolute moment method, etc.) exist for estima...
Karim Mohammed Rezaul, Vic Grout
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICN
Authors Karim Mohammed Rezaul, Vic Grout
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