Self-Similar Network Traffic and Performance Evaluation by Kihong ParkSelf-Similar Network Traffic and Performance Evaluation by Kihong Park

Self-Similar Network Traffic and Performance Evaluation

EditorKihong Park, Walter Willinger

Hardcover | September 4, 2000

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A collection of work from top researchers in the field, this book covers all aspects of self-similar network traffic. Readers will gain a better understanding of these networks through a broad introduction to the topic, as well as suggestions for future research.
Title:Self-Similar Network Traffic and Performance EvaluationFormat:HardcoverDimensions:576 pages, 9.43 × 6.38 × 1.24 inPublished:September 4, 2000Publisher:WileyLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Self-Similar Network Traffic: An Overview (K. Park & W. Willinger).

Wavelets for the Analysis, Estimation, and Synthesis of Scaling Data (P. Abry, et al.).

Simulations with Heavy-Tailed Workloads (M. Crovella & L. Lipsky).

Queueing Behavior Under Fractional Brownian Traffic (I. Norros).

Heavy Load Queueing Analysis with LRD On/Off Sources (F. Brichet, et al.).

The Single Server Queue: Heavy Tails and Heavy Traffic (O. Boxma & J. Cohen).

Fluid Queues, On/Off Processes, and Teletraffic Modeling with Highly Variable and Correlated Inputs (S. Resnick & G. Samorodnitsky).

Bounds on the Buffer Occupancy Probability with Self-Similar Input Traffic (N. Likhanov).

Buffer Asymptotics for M/G/
Input Processes (A. Makowski & M. Parulekar).

Asymptotic Analysis of Queues with Subexponential Arrival Processes (P. Jelenkovi).

Traffic and Queueing from an Unbounded Set of Independent Memoryless On/Off Sources (P. Jacquet).

Long-Range Dependence and Queueing Effects for VBR Video (D. Heyman & T. Lakshman).

Analysis of Transient Loss Performance Impact of Long-Range Dependence in Network Traffic (G.-L. Li & V. Li).

The Protocol Stack and Its Modulating Effect on Self-Similar Traffic (K. Park, et al.).

Characteristics of TCP Connection Arrivals (A. Feldmann).

Engineering for Quality of Service (J. Roberts).

Network Design and Control Using On/Off and Multilevel Source Traffic Models with Heavy-Tailed Distributions (N. Duffield & W. Whitt).

Congestion Control for Self-Similar Network Traffic (T. Tuan & K. Park).

Quality of Service Provisioning for Long-Range-Dependent Real-Time Traffic (A. Adas & A. Mukherjhee).

Toward an Improved Understanding of Network Traffic Dynamics (R. Riedi & W. Willinger).

Future Directions and Open Problems in Performance Evaluation and Control of Self-Similar Network Traffic (K. Park).


From Our Editors

Anyone involved with high-speed communications of any type will surely benefit from owning this exceptional text. Self-Similar Network Traffic and Performance Evaluation features contributions from some of the most respected names in the field of self-similar network traffic. Kihong Park has put together a resource that provides readers with an introduction to topic as well as a discussion of the potential evolution of the technology. Not only is this an illuminating text, but it is also a fascinating one as well. 

Editorial Reviews

"The primary objective of the book is to present a comprehensive yet cohesive account of some of the principal developments..." (IEE Signal Processing, Vol. 18, No. 1, January 2001)