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The immense popularity of new-age "Web 2.0" applications such as YouTube, Flickr, and Facebook, and non-Web applications such as Peer-to-Peer (P2P) file sharing, Voice over IP, online games, and media streaming have significantly altered the composition of Internet traffic with respect to what it was a few years ago. In light of these changes, this paper revisits Internet traffic characteristics and models that were proposed when "traditional" Web traffic was the largest contributor to Internetdoi:10.1109/mascot.2009.5366239 dblp:conf/mascots/GuptaMR09 fatcat:xy5ks2x5lbgllpgpt67a7t6hje