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EPEW
2006
Springer
10 years 8 days ago
The Impact of Buffer Finiteness on the Loss Rate in a Priority Queueing System
This paper discusses five different ways to approximate the loss rate in a fundamental two class priority system, where each class has its own finite capacity buffer, as well as an...
Jeroen Van Velthoven, Benny Van Houdt, Chris Blond...
ICC
2007
IEEE
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10 years 4 months ago
New Results on Single-Step Power Control System in Finite State Markov Channel: Power Control Error Modelling and Queueing Varia
— The analysis regarding the impact of the single-step power control (SSPC) scheme on the system performance such as bit error rate, packet error rate and queueing variation is h...
Shi-Yong Lee, Min-Kuan Chang
SIGCOMM
1996
ACM
10 years 2 months ago
On the Relevance of Long-Range Dependence in Network Traffic
There is much experimental evidence that network traffic processes exhibit ubiquitous properties of self-similarity and long-range dependence, i.e., of correlations over a wide ran...
Matthias Grossglauser, Jean-Chrysostome Bolot
INFOCOM
2006
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
TCP as an Implementation of Age-Based Scheduling: Fairness and Performance
— We show that different flavors of TCP may be viewed as implementations of age-based scheduling disciplines. By parameterizing the scheduling disciplines of interest we are abl...
Arzad Alam Kherani, Rudesindo Núñez-...
NETWORKING
2004
9 years 11 months ago
Pricing Differentiated Services: A Game-Theoretic Approach
The goal of this paper is to study pricing of differentiated services and its impact on the choice of service priority at equilibrium. We consider both TCP connections as well as n...
Eitan Altman, Dhiman Barman, Rachid El Azouzi, Dav...
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