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Protocol-independent Redundant Traffic Elimination (RTE) is an "On the fly" method for detecting and removing redundant chunks of data from network-layer packets traversing a constrained link or path. Efficient algorithms are needed to sample data chunks and detect redundancy, so that RTE does not hinder network throughput. A recently proposed static algorithm samples chunks based on highly-redundant trigger bytes observed in data content. While this algorithm is fast, it requires pre-computed traffic information for the configuration of its static parameters, and it tends to either under-sample (reducing byte savings) or over-sample (increasing processing cost) on heterogeneous traffic.
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