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Assessment of Burst Assembly Algorithms using Real IPv4 Data Traces

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3 Author(s)
Garcia, N.M. ; Siemens S. A., Amadora ; Monteiro, P. ; Freire, M.

This paper describes the generation of data bursts using real IPv4 data as input, compares the performance of the three aggregation algorithms and suggests a novel mechanism to adjust the burst assembly algorithm thresholds. The generated bursts are studied, in particular average packet delay per burst, burst inter-arrival time, and average burst size and average number of packets per burst. Performance optimization of burst assembly algorithms is defined as a function of the network offered load

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Distributed Frameworks for Multimedia Applications, 2006. The 2nd International Conference on

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May 2006