Interface 2003
Abstract

A SiZer Analysis of IP Flow Start Times
J. S. Marron, (UNC), marron@email.unc.edu,
Felix Hernandez-Campos, (UNC), fhernand@cs.unc.edu, and
F. D. Smith, (UNC), smithfd@cs.unc.edu

Abstract

The SiZer technique is used to study the homogeneity of a point process of Internet traffic flow start times. It is seen that a homogenous Poisson process is an inappropriate model, because it does not yield observed statistically significant burstiness. Some Weibull waiting processes gives better, but still inadequate performance. A clustered Poisson process gives the best fit.


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