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Shot noise modeling of heavy tailed activity periods
David Muñoz Rodríguez, Francisco Davila, Marlene Angulo Bernal, Deni L. Torres, John Fonseka;
Computación y Sistemas 2006 9(4)
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For web users, transmission activity is often described in terms of the number of file requests and file sizes that have a slowly decaying survivability function. In this article we model this line activity using a flexible shot-noise representation that enables us to analyze the infrared catastrophe effect introduced by the heavy-tailed characteristics. The proposed methodology is based on the α-stable characteristics of the traffic pattern. In addition, the effective bandwidth estimation of the proposed traffic model is presented. It provides a useful approach for the data network design and the admission control mechanism. Numerical results demonstrate the impact of the different statistical parameters on the spectral performance.

Palabras clave: Stochastic processes, Shot noise, Traffic models.
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