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An analysis on error servers for stochastic network calculus

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An analysis on error servers for stochastic network calculus
—Network calculus is a recently developed theory dealing with queuing systems found in computer networks with focus on service guarantee analysis. In the current network calculus literature, the behavior of a server is typically modeled with the cumulative amount of service it successfully delivers, and the successfulness of service delivery implies no error in the delivered service. However, there are many networks such as wireless networks, where, not only is the service prone to error due to multi-access contention and/or random error on the communication link, but different error handling methods may also be applied. In such cases, it is difficult to directly apply the existing network calculus results due to lack of server models taking error into account. In this paper, an error server model is proposed for stochastic network calculus, based on which, an analysis on error servers is performed. Particularly, the corresponding concatenation property is derived, which shows that ...
Jing Xie, Yuming Jiang
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Year 2008
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Authors Jing Xie, Yuming Jiang
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