Felix Hernandez-Campos



Felix Hernandez-Campos, F. Donelson Smith, Kevin Jeffay, and Andrew B. Nobel (2003), Statistical Clustering of Internet Communication Patterns, Computing Science and Statistics, 35, I2003Proceedings/HernandezCamposFelix/HernandezCamposFelix.paper.pdf , I2003Proceedings/HernandezCamposFelix/HernandezCamposFelix.paper.ps

Felix Hernandez-Campos, F. Donelson Smith, Kevin Jeffay, and Andrew B. Nobel (2003), Statistical Clustering of Internet Communication Patterns, Computing Science and Statistics, 35, I2003Proceedings/HernandezCamposFelix/HernandezCamposFelix.presentation.pdf



Statistical Clustering of Internet Communication Patterns
Felix Hernandez-Campos, (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), fhernand@cs.unc.edu,
A. B. Nobel, (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), nobel@stat.unc.edu,
F. D. Smith, (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), smithfd@cs.unc.edu, and
K. Jeffay, (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), jeffay@cs.unc.edu

Abstract

Internet traffic is a remarkably complex phenomenon that results from the concurrent exchange of data by a wide range of applications, such as web, email, newsgroups and file sharing. In this talk, we present our approach for grouping Internet connections into similar communication patterns using statistical clustering. Our methodology provides both a better understanding of the heterogeneity found in Internet traffic, and a new and flexible way of modeling and synthesizing the workload of the Internet.


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