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4.3 Setting Action Values

 

The above considerations are based on the assumption that usual values really exist, i.e. that a certain regularity is detectable in the network traffic.

Action values are thus based on the following:

  1. Collect information about the traffic in the network and map it to usual values, i.e. define the granularity for this mapping.

  2. Relate the usual values with the needed action values.

The following usualgif values must be estimated:

We need to select action values for the following set of parameters:

Due to the considerations in section 4.2 the relationships are set as follows.





Anja Schuhknecht
Wed May 31 09:56:07 MET DST 1995