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Modeling Broadband Traffic Streams
 In Proceedings of Globecom ’99
, 1999
"... This paper presents the M/Pareto model as a potentially useful tool in the modeling of broadband traffic streams. We show that this model can be used to accurately estimate the queueing performance of a variety of realistic multimedia traffic streams. We also show a practical way to fit the paramete ..."
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This paper presents the M/Pareto model as a potentially useful tool in the modeling of broadband traffic streams. We show that this model can be used to accurately estimate the queueing performance of a variety of realistic multimedia traffic streams. We also show a practical way to fit
MODELLING DATA TRAFFIC STREAMS
, 1991
"... ABSTRACT This is a survey of some point process models used in modelling data traffic streams. The Markovian arrival process as well as a continuous and a discretetime cluster process are discussed. The essential mathematical properties and issues of current research interest are reviewed. Key Wo ..."
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ABSTRACT This is a survey of some point process models used in modelling data traffic streams. The Markovian arrival process as well as a continuous and a discretetime cluster process are discussed. The essential mathematical properties and issues of current research interest are reviewed. Key
TRAFFIC STREAM CHARACTERISTICS 4
"... k density of a traffic stream in a specified length of road L length of vehicles of uniform length c constant of proportionality between occupancy and k density, under certain simplifying assumptions k the (average) density of vehicles in substream I i q the average rate of flow of vehicles in subst ..."
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k density of a traffic stream in a specified length of road L length of vehicles of uniform length c constant of proportionality between occupancy and k density, under certain simplifying assumptions k the (average) density of vehicles in substream I i q the average rate of flow of vehicles
Traffic stream characteristics
 Committee on Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics, United States
, 2001
"... k density of a traffic stream in a specified length of road L length of vehicles of uniform length c constant of proportionality between occupancy andk density, under certain simplifying assumptions k the (average) density of vehicles in substream Ii q the average rate of flow of vehicles in substre ..."
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k density of a traffic stream in a specified length of road L length of vehicles of uniform length c constant of proportionality between occupancy andk density, under certain simplifying assumptions k the (average) density of vehicles in substream Ii q the average rate of flow of vehicles
Superposition of Multiplicative Multifractal Traffic Streams
 Proceedings ICC'2000
, 2000
"... Source traffic streams as well as aggregated traffic flows often exhibit longrangedependent (LRD) properties. In this paper, we model each traffic stream component through the multiplicative multifractal counting process traffic model. We prove that the superposition of a finite number of multipli ..."
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Source traffic streams as well as aggregated traffic flows often exhibit longrangedependent (LRD) properties. In this paper, we model each traffic stream component through the multiplicative multifractal counting process traffic model. We prove that the superposition of a finite number
Abstract Lanechanging in traffic streams
, 2005
"... It is postulated that lanechanging vehicles create voids in traffic streams, and that these voids reduce flow. This mechanism is described with a model that tracks lane changers precisely, as particles endowed with realistic mechanical properties. The model has four easytomeasure parameters and r ..."
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It is postulated that lanechanging vehicles create voids in traffic streams, and that these voids reduce flow. This mechanism is described with a model that tracks lane changers precisely, as particles endowed with realistic mechanical properties. The model has four easytomeasure parameters
Understanding Internet traffic streams: dragonflies and tortoises
 Communications Magazine, IEEE
, 2002
"... Abstract — We present the concept of network traffic streams, and the ways they aggregate into flows through Internet links. We describe a method of measuring the size and lifetime of Internet streams, and use this method to characterise traffic distributions at two different sites. We find that alt ..."
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Abstract — We present the concept of network traffic streams, and the ways they aggregate into flows through Internet links. We describe a method of measuring the size and lifetime of Internet streams, and use this method to characterise traffic distributions at two different sites. We find
A Performance Comparison of Monofractal and Multifractal Traffic Streams
, 2002
"... This paper focuses on the differences between monofractal and multifractal network traffic, both in terms of modeling approaches, and in terms of practical impacts on network performance. Empirical traffic traces are used in the parameterization and evaluation of traffic models. Simulation is used t ..."
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to evaluate the performance differences between monofractal and multifractal traffic, both for individual traffic streams and for aggregations of traffic streams. The simulation results indicate that multifractal traffic offers greater potential for multiplexing gains, both within and across sources
Data Streams: Algorithms and Applications
, 2005
"... In the data stream scenario, input arrives very rapidly and there is limited memory to store the input. Algorithms have to work with one or few passes over the data, space less than linear in the input size or time significantly less than the input size. In the past few years, a new theory has emerg ..."
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In the data stream scenario, input arrives very rapidly and there is limited memory to store the input. Algorithms have to work with one or few passes over the data, space less than linear in the input size or time significantly less than the input size. In the past few years, a new theory has
Discrete thermodynamical modeling of traffic streams
"... Many of numerical schemes simulating a behavior of vehicular traffic systems have (contrary to realistic flows) spacediscrete background. Although some discrete models (ASEP model, NagelSchreckenberg model, FukuiIshibashi model) have been found as appropriate traffic simulators it is broadly kno ..."
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Many of numerical schemes simulating a behavior of vehicular traffic systems have (contrary to realistic flows) spacediscrete background. Although some discrete models (ASEP model, NagelSchreckenberg model, FukuiIshibashi model) have been found as appropriate traffic simulators it is broadly
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