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|Title:||On Traffic Scaling Transformation At Ingress Optical Burst Switches|
Gustavo B.; Melo
Cesar A. V.; da Fonseca
Nelson L. S.
|Abstract:||Ingress nodes in optical burst switching (OBS) networks are responsible for assembling burst from incoming packets and forwarding these bursts into the OBS network core. Changes in the statistical characteristics of a traffic stream at an ingress switch can affect the capacity of the network to provide quality of service. Therefore, the statistical characteristics of the output flow of an ingress node must be known for appropriate network dimensioning. This paper evaluates the impact of burst assembly mechanisms on the scaling properties of multifractal traffic flows. Results show that the factor most relevant in determining the nature of the output traffic flow is the relationship between the cut-off time scale of the input traffic and the time scale of assembly threshold. Moreover, a procedure for the detection of the cut-off scale of incoming traffic is introduced.|
Burst Assembly Algorithms
|Citation:||Photonic Network Communications. Springer, v. 32, p. 9 - 27, 2016.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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