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INFOCOM
1998
IEEE
12 years 6 months ago
Implementing Distributed Packet Fair Queueing in a Scalable Switch Architecture
To support the Internet's explosive growth and expansion into a true integrated services network, there is a need for cost-effective switching technologies that can simultaneo...
Donpaul C. Stephens, Hui Zhang
RTAS
1997
IEEE
12 years 5 months ago
Scalable Hardware Priority Queue Architectures for High-Speed Packet Switches
ÐWith effective packet-scheduling mechanisms, modern integrated networks can support the diverse quality-of-service requirements of emerging applications. However, arbitrating bet...
Sung-Whan Moon, Kang G. Shin, Jennifer Rexford
ICC
2007
IEEE
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12 years 8 months ago
Threshold-based Exhaustive Round-Robin for the CICQ Switch with Virtual Crosspoint Queues
A multi-cabinet implementation of a combined input and crosspoint queued (CICQ) switch introduces a large RTT latency between the line cards and switch fabric, requiring a large cr...
Kenji Yoshigoe
INFOCOM
2006
IEEE
12 years 7 months ago
Scheduling in Non-Blocking Buffered Three-Stage Switching Fabrics
— Three-stage non-blocking switching fabrics are the next step in scaling current crossbar switches to many hundreds or few thousands of ports. Congestion (output contention) man...
Nikolaos Chrysos, Manolis Katevenis
ANCS
2006
ACM
12 years 7 months ago
Localized asynchronous packet scheduling for buffered crossbar switches
Buffered crossbar switches are a special type of crossbar switches. In such a switch, besides normal input queues and output queues, a small buffer is associated with each crosspo...
Deng Pan, Yuanyuan Yang
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