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Performance analysis of the DAR(1)/D/c priority queue under partial buffer sharing policy

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Performance analysis of the DAR(1)/D/c priority queue under partial buffer sharing policy
We analyze a multi-server priority queueing system with partial buffer sharing, where the input is a discrete autoregressive process of order 1 (DAR(1)) which is known as a good mathematical model for a VBR-coded teleconference video traffic. We assume that arriving packets are classified into two priority classes, say, high priority class and low priority class based on their importance. A threshold T is set to limit the accessibility of low priority packets to the buffer. When the partial buffer sharing is applied to the real time traffic such as teleconference video traffic, it is known that it can decrease the queueing delay at the expense of the loss of low priority packets which is less important. Since the queueing delay is more important than the loss probability for real time traffic, it is important to analyze the queueing delay of DAR(1) arrivals under the partial buffer sharing policy. Based on the Wiener-Hopf factorization of the GI/GI/1 queue, we obtain the waiting time ...
Gang Uk Hwang, Bong Dae Choi
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Type Journal
Year 2004
Where COR
Authors Gang Uk Hwang, Bong Dae Choi
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