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Using LiTGen, a realistic IP traffic model, to evaluate the impact of burstiness on performance

Chloé Rolland, Julien Ridoux, Bruno Baynat, Vincent Borrel
2008 Proceedings of the First International ICST Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques for Communications Networks and Systems  
This paper presents the evaluation of LiTGen, a realistic IP traffic model, for the generation of IP traffic with accurate time scale properties and performance.  ...  Then, a performance analysis based on simulations quantifies the impact of these characteristics on a simple queuing system, and demonstrates LiTGen's ability to generate synthetic traffic leading to realistic  ...  On the other hand, a set of queuing system simulations allows us to evaluate LiTGen's ability to predict realistic performance.  ... 
doi:10.4108/icst.simutools2008.3065 dblp:conf/simutools/RollandRBB08 fatcat:h547xbn3tbeohh6g2wpcx6eki4

A tool for the generation of realistic network workload for emerging networking scenarios

Alessio Botta, Alberto Dainotti, Antonio Pescapé
2012 Computer Networks  
In this paper, we describe the main properties that a network workload generator should have today, and we present a tool for the generation of realistic network workload that can be used for the study  ...  To highlight how our tool advances the state-of-the-art, we finally report some experimental results related to the study of hot topics like (a) broadband Internet performance and network neutrality violations  ...  LiTGen [30] LiTGen is on open-loop packet-level traffic generator, which statistically models IP traffic (resulting from Web requests) on a per user and application basis.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2012.02.019 fatcat:bdqyymqmtrcqlgff7hyctmnu7u

Web Workload Generation According to the UniLoG Approach

Andrey W. Kolesnikov, Bernd E. Wolfinger, Marc Herbstritt
2011 Networked Systems  
The paper presents a tool (UniLoG.HTTP) which can be used in a flexible manner to generate realistic and representative server and network loads, in terms of access requests to Web servers as well as creation  ...  of typical Web traffic within a communication network.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to thank André Gahr and Steffen Jahnke for their valuable contributions to this work in the scope of their diploma theses.  ... 
doi:10.4230/oasics.kivs.2011.49 dblp:conf/kivs/KolesnikovW11 fatcat:pkx3pbzxvfcv7acjzaqgykyjhy

LiTGen, a Lightweight Traffic Generator: Application to P2P and Mail Wireless Traffic [chapter]

Chloé Rolland, Julien Ridoux, Bruno Baynat
Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
LiTGen is an easy to use and tune open-loop traffic generator that statistically models wireless traffic on a per user and application basis.  ...  In addition the flexibility of LiTGen enables us to investigate the sensitivity of the traffic structure with respect to the possible distributions of the random variables involved in the model.  ...  Validation LiTGen is evaluated on its ability to reproduce the complexity of the traffic correlation structure in the captured packet traces.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-71617-4_6 dblp:conf/pam/RollandRB07 fatcat:lxo5mpb56bgx7hdc7onfhzlexe

Detection of Hidden Intertextuality in the Scientific Publications

Cyril Labbé, Dominique Labbé
unpublished
We propose a detection method combining calculation of intertextual distance and several classifications with the technique of the "sliding window" (to pinpoint any duplicated excerpts).  ...  Intertextuality is the presence of one text contained within another. Hidden intertextuality is a problem for scientific publications.  ...  Realistic IP Structure Model» O0009 Chloé Rolland, Julien Ridoux, Bruno Baynat, Vincent Borrel, "Using LiTGen, a realistic IP traffic model, to evaluate the impact of burstiness on performance" D0007  ... 
fatcat:seeuyhuhbbbtjbl23rkbsxtvky

OASIcs, Volume 17, KiVS'11, Complete Volume [article]

Norbert Luttenberger, Hagen Peters
2012
Introduction The Web has become an indispensable prerequisite of everyday live and the Web browser is the most used application on a variety of distinct devices.  ...  A well known attack of this type is called history stealing allowing a Web site to access the user's history using JavaScript and CSS [3].  ...  [8] proposed the open-loop packet-level traffic generator LiTGen, which statistically models IP traffic (resulting from Web requests) on a per user and application basis and, in contrary to the recommendations  ... 
doi:10.4230/oasics.kivs.2011 fatcat:tf3jwio36jd77njb3uje6snygm