Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of TmixDetails


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Timestamp:
10/19/12 11:24:28 (7 years ago)
Author:
Ben Newton
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    44== The a-b-t Model ==
    5 A TCP/IP header trace is obtained from a real-world link, and is then "reverse compiled" into a higher-level representation.  For every TCP/IP connection in the trace a connection vector is generated.  The connection vector represents an entire single connection between "a", the connection initiator, and "b", the connection accepter.  Rather than modeling the individual packets or TCP segments, Tmix instead uses inferences to characterize connections as a sequence of request-response exchanges between "a" and "b".  Each exchange is called an epoch.  An epoch includes a<sub>i</sub>
     5A TCP/IP header trace is obtained from a real-world link, and is then "reverse compiled" into a higher-level representation.  For every TCP/IP connection in the trace a connection vector is generated.  The connection vector represents an entire single connection between "a", the connection initiator, and "b", the connection accepter.  Rather than modeling the individual packets or TCP segments, Tmix instead uses inferences to characterize connections as a sequence of request-response exchanges between "a" and "b".  Each exchange is called an epoch.  An epoch includes a,,i,,
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    77Note that Tmix does not require any knowledge about what the application layer, or application layer headers.