[R] Fitting inter-arrival time data
M. Edward Borasky
znmeb at aracnet.com
Tue Jul 1 05:33:19 CEST 2003
Thanks!! It does look like the easiest thing is direct ML; the code for a
normal mixture is in the book, so all I have to do is modify that for a sum
of a hyper-exponential, for which I have an approximate mean and CV, and a
normal, for which I have an approximate mean and SD.
I have two big peaks, one near zero which is probably hyperexponential with
a CV about 3, and the other near 600 seconds (a refresh that happens every
ten minutes) which looks Gaussian with a very small standard deviation. I
think what I'm going to do is fit the two peaks using ML, since I know where
they are, then subtract them out and look at the structure of the residuals.
The stuff over 600 seconds is sparse and totally uninteresting. After I'm
done with this, I get to look at the distribution of the network traffic.
The good news is that I get those inter-arrival times to the nearest
microsecond. :)
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