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Performance Analysis of Internet Traffic Forecasting Model
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Performance Analysis of Internet Traffic Forecasting Model
Kim, S.; Ha, M.H.; Jung, J.Y.;
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In this paper, we compare performance of three models. The Holt-Winters, FARIMA and ARGARCH models, are used in predicting internet traffic data for analysis of traffic characteristics. We first introduce the time series models and apply them to real traffic data to forecast. Finally, we examine which model is the most suitable for explaining the long memory, the characteristics of the traffic material, and compare the respective prediction performance of the models.
Traffic;long memory;Holt-Winters;FARIMA;AR-GARCH;
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