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Title: Jitter Behavior of MPRG2 Stream in Self-similar Traffic of ATM Network Integrating CATV and Internet
Authors: Adachi, Naotoshi
Kasahara, Shoji
Takahashi, Yutaka
アダチ, ナオトシ
カサハラ, ショウジ
タカハシ, ユタカ
安達, 直世
笠原, 正治
高橋, 豊
Issue Date: Apr-1999
Publisher: Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Series/Report no.: Information Science Technical Report ~ TR99005
Abstract: The experimental network for the project of interconnecting CATV in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan started from March, 1998. In this project, three CATV companies in Hanshin area, Kobe, Nishinomiya and Amagasaki are connected serially with optical fiber via ATM switches. In this network, the jitter process of MPEG2 stream is investigated experimentally. In addition, the simulation model is also developed for the performance evaluation of the future extended network. Recently, it was reported that the cell stream of our experimental network exhibits the self-similar nature over the several time-scales. In this paper, we construct the simulation model of the testbed network focusing on the generation of self-similar traffic, and investigate the relation between the self-similar traffic and the jitter of MPEG2 cells.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10061/3140
URI: http://library.naist.jp/mylimedio/dllimedio/show.cgi?bookid=100018670&oldid=22638
Fulltext: http://library.naist.jp/mylimedio/dllimedio/show.cgi?bookid=100018670&oldid=22638
ISSN: 0919-9527
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