bursty

bursty

Data that is transferred or transmitted in short, uneven spurts. LAN traffic is typically bursty. Contrast with streaming data.
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Wu said the idea is to use an Apache Spark "structured streaming framework to intelligently transform the production lines in the manufacturing industry" employing Big Data that may share somewhat disparate properties: bursty, disordered (noncontiguous), realtime, and volatile.
"All of these endpoints require very different types of network characteristics: very high-speed but bursty performance for streaming; very distributed by low-bandwidth connectivity for smart meters.
Many similar industrial IoT applications possess a similar feature, that is, the downlink traffic is delay tolerant, while the uplink bursty traffic is not.
Pacing is somewhat bursty, and the florid prose does not help the impression of being overlong.
Bursty workloads tend to have similar figures across controllers.
For traffic generation the most used packet generators are MGEN and D-ITG, mostly using synthetic Poisson and Bursty traffic with about 45% and 37% of the documents respectively.
New analytical tools are presented in this paper for performance analysis and enhancement of wireless MAC protocols under bursty and correlated multimedia traffic.
The active, or "bursty," season includes more sunspots, flares, and CMEs.
He added, "Once the BERT process of the switches accomplished, next stage involves the testing of Throughput, Latency (Delay), Packet Loss (at different rates), and also ability to handle bursty traffic etc.
A new approach combined WFQ with LLQ scheduling disciplines to ensure QoS for high priority bursty video conferencing, voice and data services at the same time [7].