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Complex Dynamics in Communication Networks Data Traffic, Topology and Congestion
 

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Complex Dynamics in Communication Networks
Data Traffic, Topology and Congestion
D.K. Arrowsmith1
, R.J. Mondrag´on2
, M. Woolf1
1
School of Mathematical Sciences and
2
Department of Electronic Engineering
Queen Mary, University of London
London 2004
The aim of this paper is to describe the behaviour of packet traffic flowing on realistic networks as load
is varied. The use of intermittency in iterated maps to provide various relevant statistical types of binary
data will be described. The dynamical modelling of packet traffic using Erramilli intermittency maps is
introduced together with the dynamics of Transmission Control Protocols. Regular and scale-free network
topologies are used for Internet packet traffic modelling and the congestion behaviour of packet lifetimes
on these networks under increasing load is investigated.
1 Introduction
We consider the interaction between the topology of a network and the traffic carried along its channels.

  

Source: Arrowsmith, David - School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary, University of London

 

Collections: Mathematics