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IMC
2005
ACM
12 years 5 months ago
Multi-Hop Probing Asymptotics in Available Bandwidth Estimation: Stochastic Analysis
— This paper analyzes the asymptotic behavior of packet-train probing over a multi-hop network path P carrying arbitrarily routed bursty cross-traffic flows. We examine the sta...
Xiliang Liu, Kaliappa Nadar Ravindran, Dmitri Logu...
ICDCS
2006
IEEE
12 years 6 months ago
On Estimating Tight-Link Bandwidth Characteristics over Multi-Hop Paths
Abstract— In this paper, we explore multi-hop bandwidth estimation assuming arbitrary cross-traffic at each node and develop a new probing method called Envelope that can asympt...
Seong-ryong Kang, Amit Bhati, Dmitri Loguinov, Xil...
TON
2008
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11 years 12 months ago
A stochastic foundation of available bandwidth estimation: multi-hop analysis
This paper analyzes the asymptotic behavior of packet-train probing over a multi-hop network path carrying arbitrarily routed bursty cross-traffic flows. We examine the statistical...
Xiliang Liu, Kaliappa Nadar Ravindran, Dmitri Logu...
IMC
2004
ACM
12 years 5 months ago
Single-hop probing asymptotics in available bandwidth estimation: sample-path analysis
In this paper, we take the sample-path approach in analyzing the asymptotic behavior of single-hop bandwidth estimation under bursty cross-traffic and show that these results are ...
Xiliang Liu, Kaliappa Nadar Ravindran, Benyuan Liu...
CN
2006
86views more  CN 2006»
12 years 18 hour ago
Stochastic analysis of packet-pair probing for network bandwidth estimation
In this paper, we perform a stochastic analysis of the packet-pair technique, which is a widely used method for estimating the network bandwidth in an end-to-end manner. There has...
Kyung-Joon Park, Hyuk Lim, Chong-Ho Choi
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