ABOUT NETWORK TRAFFIC MODELS - Problems of Information Technology

ABOUT NETWORK TRAFFIC MODELS - Problems of Information Technology

ABOUT NETWORK TRAFFIC MODELS - Problems of Information Technology

ABOUT NETWORK TRAFFIC MODELS - Problems of Information Technology

ABOUT NETWORK TRAFFIC MODELS - Problems of Information Technology
ABOUT NETWORK TRAFFIC MODELS - Problems of Information Technology
AZERBAIJAN NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

№2, 2017

ABOUT NETWORK TRAFFIC MODELS

Ramiz H. Shikhaliyev

Traffic modeling allows evaluating the performance and capabilities of the network, as well as assessing the requirements presented to them. In the literature, various approaches were proposed for simulating the network traffic. However, there is no a single model that can simulate the traffic of all existing networks. Thus, the analysis of the characteristics of existing network traffic models, the selection of suitable models for certain network architectures, and the correct modeling of traffic is of great importance. This article analyzes some widely used models of network traffic (pp.88-93).

Keywords: network traffic models, Poisson model, Pareto model, Weibull model, Markov model, ON-OFF model, Markov modulated Poisson process, Autoregressive model.
DOI : 10.25045/jpit.v08.i2.10
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