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Multifractal products of stochastic processes: construction and some basic properties
In various fields, such as teletraffic and economics, measured times series have been reported to adhere to multifractal scaling. Classical cascading measures possess multifractal scaling, but their increments form a ...
Multiscale Nature of Network Traffic
The complexity and richness of telecommunications traffic is such that one may despair to find any regularity or explanatory principles. Nonetheless, the discovery of scaling behavior in tele-traffic has provided hope that ...
Small-time scaling behaviors of Internet backbone traffic: An empirical study
We study the small-time (sub-seconds) scaling behaviors of Internet backbone traffic, based on traces collected from OC3/12/48 links in a tier-1 ISP. We observe that for a majority of these traces, the (second-order) scaling ...
Long-Range Dependence: Now you see it now you don't!
Over the last few years, the network community has started to rely heavily on the use of novel concepts such as self-similarity and Long-Range Dependence (LRD). Despite their wide use, there is still much confusion regarding ...
Toward an Improved Understanding of Network Traffic Dynamics
Since the discovery of long range dependence in Ethernet LAN traces there has been significant progress in developing appropriate mathematical and statistical techniques that provide a physical-based, networking-related ...