A number of recent empirical and analytical studies of traffic measurements show self-similar nature in actual packet networks. There has been mounting evidence that the performance of queuing models with self-similar inputs is radically different from the performance predicted by traditional traffic models. Due to presence of burst traffic leading to a higher delay and packet losses. The present paper presents study of packet loss probability dependence on the number of individual traffic sources
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