Modeling and Estimation Techniques for Wide-Area Network Traffic with Atypical Components
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Another form of atypical traffic is shown to result in multimodal distributions of connection statistics. Putative methods for bimodal estimation are reviewed and a novel technique, the midpoint-distance profile, is presented. The performance of these estimation techniques is studied via simulation and the methods are examined in the context of atypical network traffic. The advantages and disadvantages of each method are reported.
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