Small active counters.
INFOCOM 2007. 26th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications. IEEE.
The need for efficient counter architecture has
arisen for the following two reasons. Firstly, a number of data streaming algorithms and network management applications require a large number of counters in order to identify important traffic characteristics. And secondly, at high speeds, current memory devices have significant limitations in terms of speed (DRAM) and size (SRAM). For some applications no information on counters is needed on a per-packet basis and several methods have been proposed to handle this problem with low SRAM memory requirements. However, for a number of applications it is essential to have the counter information on every packet arrival.
In this paper we propose two, computationally and memory
efficient, randomized algorithms for approximating the counter values. We prove that proposed estimators are unbiased and give variance bounds. A case study on Multistage Filters (MSF) over the real Internet traces shows a significant improvement by using the active counters architecture.
||Counter architecture; high-speed measurements; Router; Data streaming algorithms; Hamilton Institute
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