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Pricing and user adaptation for smooth and bursty traffic sources

Xinran Wu

Pricing and user adaptation for smooth and bursty traffic sources

by Xinran Wu

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


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SeriesCanadian theses = -- Th`eses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche negative.
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Open LibraryOL21241709M
ISBN 100612739015
OCLC/WorldCa54005748

Increased revenue for phone orders and smooth customer support, while simultaneously having a reduced administrative overhead; Unique user experience with the Cookbook totaling 1,,, possible chapter combinations in addition to a custom dedication and rapid printing fulfillment. facilitate and guarantee fast and smooth traffic flow that utilize new and versatile technologies. An excellent potential candidate to aid on achieving this objective is the Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). Many studies suggested the use of WSN technology for traffic control. In, a dynamic vehicle.

traffic signal timings on the order of minutes based on average flow predictions, which limits how effectively a system can respond to real time conditions. Benefits of adaptive traffic control systems are, Continuously distribute green light time equitably for all traffic movements. BUSINESS POLICY AND STRATEGY Conference Paper Abstracts COMPLEMENTARY RESOURCES AND THE PREDICTION OF POST-ACQUISITION PERFORMANCE King, David R.; United States Air Force; [email protected]

Traffic Building. Definition: A Traffic Building strategy is used to draw consumers into the store, aisle, and / or category. This is typically achieved by creating an advertised promotional price with a large enough difference from the everyday / regular price to attract attention and draw traffic into the category. Contemporary Issues in Road User Behavior Traffic And Safety Hardcover – J by Dwight A. Hennessy (Author, Editor), David L. Wiesenthal (Editor) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Format: Hardcover.


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Pricing and user adaptation for smooth and bursty traffic sources by Xinran Wu Download PDF EPUB FB2

Designing Traffic Profiles for Bursty Internet Traffic Xiaowei Yang MIT Laboratory for Computer Science Cambridge, MA [email protected] Abstract This paper proposes a new class of tra c pro les that is better suited for metering bursty Internet tra c File Size: KB. Provisioning for Bursty Internet Traffic Traffic aggregation is a key feature of Internet design: traffic from many sources is combined and carried over shared trunks.

The capacity of the trunks is shared in a dynamic manner among all of the sources that are sending at any instant.

The Internet does not make. It is instructive to consider rate-based flow control schemes [3, 4], in contrast to the credit-based approach described Pricing and user adaptation for smooth and bursty traffic sources book flow control consists of two phases: rate setting by sources and network, and rate control by sources.

These two phases correspond to the buffer allocation and credit control phases in credit-based flow control. Simulation results show that a congestion-sensitive pricing policy coupled with user rate adaptation is able to control congestion and allow a service class to meet its performance assurances.

Responsive Pricing [11] Three stages proposed consist of not using feedback and user adaptation, using the closed-loop feedback and one variation of closed loop form.

Pricing plan [12] It Combines. Abstract Motivated by the need of performance analysis of Active Queue Management (AQM) schemes under highly bursty and correlated traffic in multi-service networks, this paper develops an analytical model for a finite capacity queueing system with an AQM scheme subject to two heterogeneous classes of traffic which are modeled, respectively, by the bursty Markov-Modulated Poisson Process (MMPP.

This paper investigates how bursty traffic— specifically, self-similar traffic—affects the performance of well-known interconnection network routing algorithms.

Various packet sizes, network resources (i.e., virtual channels) and spatial traffic patterns are used in the analysis. In some cases, like firewalls, prioritization is a tool in a firewall group policy that is also handling routing, including treatment of voice and other real-time traffic.

The policy will dictate that all outbound voice traffic will take precedence over all other traffic. Learn more about bursty traffic and QoS in a VoIP network.

Sources of smooth traffic include voice and video with fixed-rate compression. The aggregate effect of a large number of bursty sources may also be smooth, particularly in a WAN where the loads from a large number of traffic streams are aggregated and the individual sources have relatively low bandwidth and arc uncorrelated.

Usually, paths are guaranteed long-term traffic rates, while the short-term rates of bursty traffic are not guaranteed. The resource allocation scheme, suggested in this paper, handles bursts based on maximal traffic volume allocation (termed TVAfB) instead of a single maximal or sustained rate allocation.

This translates to better SLAs to the network customers, namely SLAs with higher traffic peaks, that guarantees burst. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Traffic engineering tools are applied to design a set of paths, e.g., using MPLS, in the network in order to achieve global network utilization.

Usually, paths are guaranteed long-term traffic rates, while the short-term rates of bursty traffic are not guaranteed. has been taken offline. The Springer Nature development team is rebuilding the infrastructure behind this website so that metrics data can be provided for our titles across Springer Nature products and websites such as SpringerLink.

If you have a query then please contact our Customer Service team on: [email protected] entire traffic can be accurately characterized to allocate appropriate amount of resources and to minimize the specified cost functions (i.e.

critical/peak bandwidth or rate variability) []. The smoothed traffic usually has smaller transmission cost than the original bursty traffic. Notably, if the traffic is generated online, the.

Abstract. The impact of bursty traffic on queues is investigated in this paper. We consider a discrete-time single server queue with an infinite storage room, that releases customers at the constant rate of c customers/slot.

The queue is fed by an M/G/∞ process. Michael J. Neely received B.S. degrees in both Electrical Engineering and Mathematics from the University of Maryland, College Park, in He was then awarded a 3 year Department of Defense NDSEG Fellowship for graduate study at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he received an M.S.

degree in and a Ph.D. inboth in. 21) _____ has three characteristics: (1) it is a source of competitive advantage in that it makes a significant contribution to perceived customer benefits; (2) it has applications in a wide variety of markets; and (3) it is difficult for competitors to imitate.

A) Core competency B) Market sensing process C) Corporate social responsibility. Why is the Internet Traffic Bursty in Short Time Scales. Hao Jiang Constantinos Dovrolis Georgia Tech Georgia Tech [email protected] [email protected] ABSTRACT Internet tra c exhibits multifaceted burstiness and corre-lation structure over a wide span of time scales.

Previous work analyzed this structure in terms of heavy-tailed ses. a traffic grid with traffic lights on its crossings is used. Keywords: traffic lights, adaptation, strategy, methodology, complex system, pattern recognition. Cite This Article: Michal Janošek, and Radim Farana“Traffic Lights Strategy Adaptation.” American Journal of Mechanical Engineering.

1, no. 7 (): doi: /ajme The first part is mainly theoretical and concentrates on second-best congestion pricing including pricing in urban contexts, the impact on the performance of the road network, optimal locations and charge levels, dynamic aspects such as time variation of tolls, potential impacts of road pricing on costs and service quality of public transport buses, and efficiency costs and transport sector effects of different types of pricing when they guarantee a balanced budget Format: Hardcover.

Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is a telecommunications standard defined by ANSI and ITU (formerly CCITT) standards for carriage of user traffic, including telephony (voice), data, and video signals.

ATM was developed to meet the needs of the Broadband Integrated Services Digital Network, as defined in the late s, and designed to integrate telecommunication networks.

Book Description. Establishing adaptive control as an alternative framework to design and analyze Internet congestion controllers, End-to-End Adaptive Congestion Control in TCP/IP Networks employs a rigorously mathematical approach coupled with a lucid writing style to provide extensive background and introductory material on dynamic systems stability and neural network approximation.If you're uploading wirelessly, we highly recommend directly connecting your computer to your modem and trying again.

A wireless internet connection works well for bursty traffic such as web browsing, however for sustained uploads such as uploading your project to our servers, wireless connections can be quite unreliable.Furthermore, it can reduce the real time traffic packets loss, at the same time guarantee the fairness for non real time traffic packets by determining the ratio of real time traffic inside the burst to be 50–60%, 30–40%, and 10–20% for high, normal, and low traffic loads respectively.