HW1 Q3 [Leland94a]

HW1 Q3 [Leland94a] - The paper explains the nature of...

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Sheet1 Page 1 a) What is the name of the reviewer (i.e., what is your name)? Lixing Huang b) What is the key, title, and authors of the paper? Key: Leland94a Title: On the Self-Similar Nature of Ethernet Traffic (Extended Version) Authors: Will E. Leland, Murad S. Taqqu, Walter Willinger and Daniel V. Wilson c) What are the key ideas or claims of the paper (1-2 sentences)? The traffic of Ethernet LAN should be modeled via self-similarity rather than the traditional ways, like Poisson or Poisson-relat e d) What is the novel about the paper (1 sentence, note that this may be different than your answer to (a))? Self-Similarity is proposed as a new model of LAN traffic to illustrate the phenomenon that burstiness of LAN traffic increases a e) What methodology (or methodologies) does the paper use (1-2 sentences)?
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Unformatted text preview: The paper explains the nature of self-similarity, and then uses the traffic measurement data collected during 4 years from Ethe f) What is one way the paper could best be improved (1-3 sentences)? The paper lacks of applying the proposed model in real world problem. Modeling traffic itself is not the final goal, the authors s h g) Do you consider this paper important or not, and why (1-2 sentences)? Yes, this paper is important. The self-similarity model can describe the nature (burstiness) of Ethernet LAN traffic better than t r a Reply Sheet1 Page 2 therefore, it has further implications on the traffic engineering and may lead to new algorithms and design choices....
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