Abordagem Fuzzy Valorada Intervalarmente para Classificação de Tráfego de Streaming de Vídeo

  • Eduardo Maroñas Monks UFPEL
  • Bruno Moura UFPEL
  • Guilherme Bayer Scheneider UFPEL
  • Adenauer Correa Yamin UFPEL
  • Renata Hax Sander Reiser UFPEL
  • Helida Santos FURG / UPNA


Este artigo contribui para a classificação do tráfego de streaming de vídeo explorando conceitos de Lógica Fuzzy Intervalar. Essa abordagem estende os trabalhos relacionados ao considerar as incertezas geradas pelas variações nas condições da rede e a imprecisão dos parâmetros que afetam o comportamento do fluxo da rede, o que aumenta a complexidade para alcançar maior acurácia na identificação do tráfego da rede. Algumas avaliações usando a abordagem de lógica intervalar para classificação de tráfego de streaming de vídeo são apresentadas com o uso de aplicações e datasets para validar a proposta.


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MONKS, Eduardo Maroñas et al. Abordagem Fuzzy Valorada Intervalarmente para Classificação de Tráfego de Streaming de Vídeo. Anais do Seminário Integrado de Software e Hardware (SEMISH), [S.l.], p. 70-81, jul. 2022. ISSN 2595-6205. Disponível em: <https://sol.sbc.org.br/index.php/semish/article/view/20798>. Acesso em: 18 maio 2024. doi: https://doi.org/10.5753/semish.2022.222827.