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A Value Platform Analysis Perspective on Customer Access Information Technology

Robert J. Kauffman, Laura Lally
1994 Decision Sciences  
The results indicate that there are a number of key features influencing ATM performance.  ...  Hypotheses regarding the likely impact of automated teller machine (ATM) location design choices and environmental features on ATM transactions are evaluated.  ...  The correlation between OTHERS-ON-US and US-ON-OTHERS is much higher (e.42, p=.001). This result suggests that customers select ATMs based upon the type of transaction they wish to perform.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-5915.1994.tb01869.x fatcat:dpxt6lyxrjdb7mupnawpuot4u4

The Security Evaluation of ATM Information System Based on Bayesian Regularization

Lan Ma, Jia Xu, Zhijun Wu, Xiaoyu Zhang, Jiusheng Chen, Sarhan M. Musa
2014 Journal of Software  
In this paper, an approach of security evaluation for ATM system is proposed based on artificial neural network (ANN).  ...  Air Traffic Management (ATM) system is enticing targets of cyber-attacks since 9.11 event, and the security situation of ATM information system is closely related to the safety flight of air transportation  ...  Hidden layer nodes have a significant impact on system performance.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jsw.9.6.1587-1594 fatcat:lynvkmpwgzfv3bsolsziru5i7y

A Markovian approach for modeling packet traffic with long-range dependence

A.T. Andersen, B.F. Nielsen
1998 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
[IOA 95] IOANNIS R.L., STAVRAKAKIS I., "Traffic shaping of a tagged stream in an ATM network: approximate end-to-end analysis", IEEE Conference on Computer Communications, pp. 162-169, 1995.  ...  [CON 00] CONTI M., GREGORI E., STAVRAKAKIS I., "Large impact of temporal/spatial correlations on per-session performance measures: single and multiple node cases", Performance Evaluation, vol. 41, pp  ... 
doi:10.1109/49.700908 fatcat:dcg4ymypbfd27cvbnyr2ee2jl4

Discussion of the Analysis of Self-similar Teletraffic with Long-range Dependence (LRD) at the Network Layer Level

Ginno Millán, Héctor Kaschel, Gastón Lefranc
2010 International Journal of Computers Communications & Control  
to the network layer, since the most relevant properties of self-similar processes are consistent for use in the formulation of traffic models when performing this specific task.  ...  This paper presents the theoretical foundations to justify that the behavior of traffic in a high-speed computer network can be modeled from a self-similar perspective by limiting its scope of analysis  ...  long-range correlations have no impact on the probability of cell loss. • An adequately implemented Markov model that captures the relevant range of correlation provides good predictions of performance  ... 
doi:10.15837/ijccc.2010.5.2240 fatcat:damj4c2ao5ckzki4uitaj7nsue

statistical multiplexing [chapter]

Martin H. Weik
2000 Computer Science and Communications Dictionary  
This increased traffic variability has an impact on the problem of resource allocation and engineering.  ...  burstiness and correlations impact the queue.  ... 
doi:10.1007/1-4020-0613-6_18211 fatcat:mjo6ctlkqjhcjgjsqfbhbjsxkm

Statistical multiplexing

1982 Microprocessors and microsystems  
This increased traffic variability has an impact on the problem of resource allocation and engineering.  ...  burstiness and correlations impact the queue.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0141-9331(82)90703-7 fatcat:m2wv235qmrcolofj5rfaqlyfc4

Standardization of traffic measurements and models for broadband networks: open issues

Arthur W. Berger, Maurizio Naldi, Livia De Giovanni, Manuel Villén-Altamirano
1998 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
The second area is on the appropriate definition of cell-level and call-level measurements that enable the inference of important characteristics of the traffic and of the performance of the network.  ...  The first area concerns the potential interactions of standardized, algorithmic traffic descriptors with stochastic models for cell traffic variables.  ...  For traffic characterization, the cell traffic variables characterizing a cell flow from the point of view of its impact on network performance must be measured.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7552(98)00143-3 fatcat:k233xevq2vf27gelgjjmo7c3aq


Wang Bo, Volodymyr Kharchenko, Yuriy Chynchenko
2015 Vìsnik Nacìonalʹnogo Avìacìjnogo Unìversitetu  
Principles of detailed estimation and further analysis of uncertainty effect on air traffic flows in terminal control areas have been proposed.  ...  The article deals with the analysis of the researches conducted in the field of influence of complex uncertainty factors on safety of flights and air traffic flows in terminal control areas and adjacent  ...  Associated and important task is detailed analysis of the main threats (hazards) and risks, factors of uncertainty in the air traffic controller work and assessment of their impact on the decision-making  ... 
doi:10.18372/2306-1472.65.9816 fatcat:z4la2u57cnhupk4lrdug7jfzr4

An Overview of Activities on Wireless Networks in the European Project COST 257 [chapter]

Wojciech Burakowski, Andrzej Beben, Udo Krieger, Kenij Leibnitz, Michela Meo, Tolga Ors, Jorge Garcia-Vidal, Markus Fiedler
2000 Personal Wireless Communications  
The paper summarises the work on wireless networks inside the COST 257 project, entitled "Impact of new services on the architecture and performance of broadband networks" and chaired by Prof.  ...  Its topics are modelling, performance, network planning and analysis of present and future wireless systems. 1.  ...  block length, segmentation and correlated errors on the performance of an ARQ protocol. 3.2.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35526-9_15 fatcat:azfqatc3u5corbxqnqndybzevi

Multicast performance measurement on a high-performance IP backbone

R.E Beverly, G.J Miller, K Thompson
2001 Computer Communications  
This paper describes an approach to IP multicast performance measurement on the National Science Foundation's very-high-speed Backbone Network Service (vBNS).  ...  In keeping with previous measurement work on the vBNS, performance results are calculated entirely on an end-to-end basis, without relying on data from the network elements under test.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge the insightful comments and suggestions of many people, especially Bill Fenner, Vint Cerf, Ashley Shi, Tom Pusateri, Allison Fisher, Bill Kroah, Kevin  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-3664(00)00295-4 fatcat:b23522fhevfktbfqbgqheinq5m

On multimedia networks: self-similar traffic and network performance

Z. Sahinoglu, S. Tekinay
1999 IEEE Communications Magazine  
An important feature of multimedia traffic at the packet level that has a significant impact on performance is traffic correlation.  ...  The questions that arise here are how prevalent such traffic patterns are and under what conditions performance analysis is critically dependent on taking self-similarity into account.  ...  The results will have a significant impact on the correct dimensioning of ATM networks, in particular ATM multiplexers and switches.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.739304 fatcat:6cxstrkisbd35n4nom23gywncm

Fast and physically-based generation of self-similar network traffic with applications to ATM performance evaluation

Ashok Erramilli, Parag Pruthi, Walter Willinger
1997 Proceedings of the 29th conference on Winter simulation - WSC '97  
In particular, studying the cell loss dynamics (rather than the traditional long-term cell loss rate) observed at an ATM switch that is fed by self-similar traffic, we discuss the impact of network traffic  ...  performance implications that self-similar traffic can have on the design of network equipment and on the perceived quality-of-service experienced by some of the dominant applications and services.  ...  An issue in ATM performance evaluation is therefore the impacts of shaping and policing on traffic characteristics, and on user perceived performance.  ... 
doi:10.1145/268437.268732 fatcat:mfndz2yrbrbwzdzeh2uiyehcba

Applying the SecRAM Methodology in a CLOUD-Based ATM Environment

Antonio Marotta, Gabriella Carrozza, Luigi Battaglia, Patrizia Montefusco, Vittorio Manetti
2013 2013 International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security  
To give effectiveness to the evaluation of SecRAM, Air Traffic Management (ATM) operative scenarios are greatly required.  ...  In this paper we leverage a Cloud-based approach to build up a virtualized replica of a real Air Control Centre (ACC) in order to realize a vulnerability analysis and to find some possible points of attacks  ...  could bring to: x excessive workload for the Air Traffic Control Officer; x a wrong correlation process and subsequently to an erroneous procedure of the ATC controller, with catastrophic impacts.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ares.2013.108 dblp:conf/IEEEares/MarottaCBMM13 fatcat:i6jbfrtuxbafzcdfhkd6d7fjmq

ANN RBF Based Approach of Risk Assessment for Aviation ATM Network

Lan Ma, Deng Pan, Zhijun Wu
2013 Sensors & Transducers  
So it is an urgent time to do scientific risk assessment for ATM network as soon as possible.  ...  This paper proposes risk assessment model based on RBF neural network.  ...  Acknowledgements This work is financially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 61170328 and No.  ... 
doaj:3dbc2bda90c64635bfd177e1348340eb fatcat:zt6ym54mnzhmdec4xu3ss4xc3q


2020 International Journal for transport and traffic engineering  
By reviewing bibliography sources addressing airspace design and system performances, it's evident that airspace fragmentation decreases the efficiency of European Air Traffic Management (ATM) system.  ...  The research is focused on literature review and analysis of European airspace design. As result of conducted analysis, five airspace fragmentation types have been defined and described.  ...  Since performance measurement is one of mechanisms for achieving development of European ATM system, it's crucial to understand correlation in-between its features.  ... 
doi:10.7708/ijtte.2020.10(1).02 fatcat:ubs2xkijjfdmfg7ju2zglnnume
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