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|Title: ||Applying wavelets for the controlled compression of communication network measurements|
|Authors: ||Kyriakopoulos, Konstantinos G.|
Parish, David J.
|Keywords: ||Wavelet transforms|
|Issue Date: ||2010|
|Publisher: ||© The Institution of Engineering and Technology|
|Citation: ||KYRIAKOPOULOS, K.G. and PARISH, D.J., 2010. Applying wavelets for the controlled compression of communication network measurements. IET Communications, 4 (5), pp. 507–520.|
|Abstract: ||Monitoring and measuring various metrics of high-speed networks produces a vast amount of information over a long period of
time making the storage of the metrics a serious issue. Previous work has suggested stream aware compression algorithms, among
others, i.e. methodologies that try to organise the network packets in a compact way in order to occupy less storage. However, these
methods do not reduce the redundancy in the stream information. Lossy compression becomes an attractive solution, as higher
compression ratios can be achieved. However, the important and significant elements of the original data need to be preserved.
This work proposes the use of a lossy wavelet compression mechanism that preserves crucial statistical and visual characteristics
of the examined computer network measurements and provides significant compression against the original file sizes.
To the best of our knowledge, the authors are the first to suggest and implement a wavelet analysis technique for compressing
computer network measurements. In this paper, wavelet analysis is used and compared against the Gzip and Bzip2 tools for
data rate and delay measurements. In addition this paper provides a comparison of eight different wavelets with respect to the
compression ratio, the preservation of the scaling behavior, of the long range dependence, of mean and standard deviation and of
the general reconstruction quality. The results show that the Haar wavelet provides higher peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR) values
and better overall results, than other wavelets with more vanishing moments. Our proposed methodology has been implemented
on an on-line based measurement platform and compressed data traffic generated from a live network.|
|Description: ||This paper is a postprint of a paper submitted to and accepted for publication in IET Communications and is subject to Institution of Engineering and Technology Copyright. The copy of record is available at IET Digital Library: http://www.ietdl.org/IET-COM|
|Version: ||Accepted for publication|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles (Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering)|
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