Protocols Can Make Traffic Appear Self-Similar

Jon Peha
Empirical studies have shown that self-similar traffic models may better describe traffic in many of today's computer networks than traditional Markovian models. The causes of this apparent self-similar behavior must be identified to determine how widely applicable these models are, and how network designers should respond. While some researchers have argued self similarity is an inherent property of traffic as generated by the typical applications, it is also possible that the network's own protocols may...
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