The Joint Distribution of Internet Flow Sizes and Durations
Cheolwoo Park, (UNC), email@example.com, and
J. S. Marron, (UNC), firstname.lastname@example.org
The joint population structure of sizes and duration times of Internet Flows is surprisingly rich. Different earlier analyses have provided nealy contradictory answers. This controvesy is resolved here. In particular, by considering a global family of data thresholdings, we show that the differing results are driven by different types of thresholding, before the computation of log-log correlations.