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Fractional Brownian motion and data traffic modeling: The other end of the spectrum

Abstract : We analyze the fractal behavior of the high frequency part of the Fourier spectrum of fBm using multifractal analysis and show that it is not consistent with what is measured on real traffic traces. We propose two extensions of fBm which come closer to actual traffic traces multifractal properties.
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Jacques Lévy Véhel, Rudolf Riedi. Fractional Brownian motion and data traffic modeling: The other end of the spectrum. J. Levy Vehel and E. Lutton and C. Tricot. Fractals in Engineering : from theory to industrial applications, Springer, 1997, 3-540-76182-9. ⟨inria-00593316⟩

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