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A Survey on the Common Network Traffic Sources Models
Ahmed M. Mohammed, Adel F. Agamy
Pages - 103 - 115     |    Revised - 01-05-2011     |    Published - 31-05-2011
Volume - 3   Issue - 2    |    Publication Date - May / June 2011  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Traffic Modeling, Performance, Quality of Service
ABSTRACT
Selecting the appropriate traffic model can lead to the successful design of networks. The more accurate is the traffic model the better is the system quantified in terms of its performance Successful design lead to enhancement the overall performance of the whole of network .in literature there is innumerous traffic models proposed for understanding and analyzing the traffic characteristics of networks. Consequently, the study of traffic models to understand the features of the models and identify eventually the best traffic model, for a concerned environment has become a crucial and lucrative task. Good traffic modeling is also a basic requirement for accurate capacity planning. This paper provides an overview of some of the widely used network traffic models, highlighting the core features of the model and traffic characteristics they capture best. Finally we found that the N_BURST traffic model can capture the traffic characteristics of most types of networks, under every possible circumstance rather than any type of traffic model.
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Dr. Ahmed M. Mohammed
south vally unversity - Egypt
Mr. Adel F. Agamy
south vally university - Egypt
a.f.agamy@gmail.com