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The network traffic generated by a computer, or a pair of computers, is often well-modelled as a series of sessions. These are, roughly speaking, intervals of time during which a computer is engaging in the same, continued, activity. This article explores a variety of statistical approaches to re-discovering sessions from network flow data using timing alone. Solutions to this problem are essential for network monitoring and cyber-security. For example overlapping sessions on a computer network can be evidence of an intruder 'tunnelling'.doi:10.1109/jisic.2014.46 dblp:conf/isi/Rubin-DelanchyLTHA14 fatcat:kclurvgtqvahxh4zeup65cuha4