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tends to be concentrated on smaller values. In UMTS there are two peaks around 8 and 80 s. In GPRS the high-activity group has a peak at 11 s and a high plateau below 5 s duration. For more details, see the results in Table 12.7. Based on such gures, we decided to split the users into two main groups based on the value of ni and an arbitrary set boundary of 100 PDP-contexts/week. The rst group, with ni 100, gathers 99.6% of the users as depicted in Figure 12.8(a) and at most 57.4% (UMTS), respectively at most 88.4% (GPRS) of the PDPcontexts, while in the second group 0.4% of users generate 40% of all contexts. Assuming a constant arrival rate of the second group, the resulting fraction is a function of the observation period, for example six days would double the number of PDP-contexts in the second group. It is likely that the second group is dominated by automatically accessed services, for example polling, remote-control. The ecdf of the PDP-context duration for each group and RAN are shown in Figure 12.8(b). The curves for IMSIs with at most 100 PDP-contexts t a lognormal function, with parameters provided in Table 12.7. We observe that the duration of a PDP-context is larger for UMTS users. For IMSIs with a larger number of PDP-contexts, the distribution has discrete steps. In GPRS we see one major step at 11.3 s for users with ni > 100, in UMTS the rst step is already at 8.2 s. In UMTS this group has two additional steps at 88.2 s and at 131.2 s. This indicates that there are additional services active on UMTS. We split the t for this cdf into two different components. The rst component is a log-normal distribution, as used for the rst group. The second component is a step function, which probably originated from the automatic services. Table 12.7 shows the parameters for the two groups per RAN. The second group is split into several lines, which have to be added to gain the total cdf.
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SUMMARY The rst part of this chapter covers the traf c models for voice, voice over IP, video, le transfer protocol, email, web browsing, and network gaming. Some of these models are suitable for analytical formulation but may not represent the self-similar characteristics of measured traf c, while others are for self-similar traf c but may
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