FFT-FGN-C is a C program for synthesizing a type
of self-similar process known as fractional Gaussian noise.
The program is fast but approximate. It is a
translation of fft-fgn, which is written in
the S statistical language.
The program requires an ANSI C compiler.
See the discussion of fft-fgn's limitations.
Written by Christian Schuler. If a publication studies traffic synthesized by
this program, please include a corresponding citation to the paper mentioned
in fft-fgn's publications.
Credit to Christian Schuler for the software would be nice,
as would a citation to the Internet Traffic Archive, but is not required.
Report bugs to email@example.com.
The current release is 1.2, dated January 5, 1996.
Updates will appear directly in the Internet Traffic Archive.
The software is copyrighted by the U.C. Regents (a "BSD-style" copyright).
See the file
COPYING either here or in the
distribution for details. This copyright means you can redistribute
the software freely, provided you keep the authorship information intact.
A text file and the technical
report mentioned in fft-fgn's publications.
Available from the Archive in
compressed tar format (49 KB).
Software In The Internet Traffic Archive.