Self-Similar Network Traffic and Performance Evaluation

  • ID: 2175470
  • Book
  • 576 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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A collection of work from top researchers in the field, this book covers all aspects of self–similar network traffic. Readers will gain a better understanding of these networks through a broad introduction to the topic, as well as suggestions for future research.
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Self–Similar Network Traffic: An Overview (K. Park & W. Willinger).

Wavelets for the Analysis, Estimation, and Synthesis of Scaling Data (P. Abry, et al.).

Simulations with Heavy–Tailed Workloads (M. Crovella & L. Lipsky).

Queueing Behavior Under Fractional Brownian Traffic (I. Norros).

Heavy Load Queueing Analysis with LRD On/Off Sources (F. Brichet, et al.).

The Single Server Queue: Heavy Tails and Heavy Traffic (O. Boxma & J. Cohen).

Fluid Queues, On/Off Processes, and Teletraffic Modeling with Highly Variable and Correlated Inputs (S. Resnick & G. Samorodnitsky).

Bounds on the Buffer Occupancy Probability with Self–Similar Input Traffic (N. Likhanov).

Buffer Asymptotics for M/G/

Input Processes (A. Makowski & M. Parulekar).

Asymptotic Analysis of Queues with Subexponential Arrival Processes (P. Jelenkovi).

Traffic and Queueing from an Unbounded Set of Independent Memoryless On/Off Sources (P. Jacquet).

Long–Range Dependence and Queueing Effects for VBR Video (D. Heyman & T. Lakshman).

Analysis of Transient Loss Performance Impact of Long–Range Dependence in Network Traffic (G.–L. Li & V. Li).

The Protocol Stack and Its Modulating Effect on Self–Similar Traffic (K. Park, et al.).

Characteristics of TCP Connection Arrivals (A. Feldmann).

Engineering for Quality of Service (J. Roberts).

Network Design and Control Using On/Off and Multilevel Source Traffic Models with Heavy–Tailed Distributions (N. Duffield & W. Whitt).

Congestion Control for Self–Similar Network Traffic (T. Tuan & K. Park).

Quality of Service Provisioning for Long–Range–Dependent Real–Time Traffic (A. Adas & A. Mukherjhee).

Toward an Improved Understanding of Network Traffic Dynamics (R. Riedi & W. Willinger).

Future Directions and Open Problems in Performance Evaluation and Control of Self–Similar Network Traffic (K. Park).

Index.
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"The primary objective of the book is to present a comprehensive yet cohesive account of some of the principal developments..." (IEE Signal Processing, Vol. 18, No. 1, January 2001)
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