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A Survey of Network Based Traffic Classification Methods

Pooja Mehta () and Ruchil Shah ()
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Pooja Mehta: PG Student, GTU PG School, Gandhinagar, India
Ruchil Shah: PG Student, GTU PG School, Gandhinagar, India

Database Systems Journal, 2017, vol. 7, issue 4, 24-31

Abstract: With the far reaching utilization of encryption systems in system applications, scrambled organize activity has as of late gotten to be an incredible challenge for organize management. These truths raise essential difficulties, making it important to devise viable answers for overseeing system traffic. Since conventional strategies are somewhat incapable and effortlessly circumvent, specific consideration has been paid to the advancement of new approaches for traffic classification. This paper focuses on different types of network classification approaches.

Keywords: Encryption; Network traffic; Traffic classification; Quality of Service (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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