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2006
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Performance evaluation of multiple-rate mobile ad hoc networks
Existing wireless networks usually provide multiple data transmission rates. This paper presents a simulation study on the performance of multiple-rate mobile ad hoc networks (MAN...
Gang Ding, Xiaoxin Wu, Bharat K. Bhargava
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2006
Springer
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Efficient steady-state analysis of second-order fluid stochastic Petri nets
This paper presents an efficient solution technique for the steady-state analysis of the second-order Stochastic Fluid Model underlying a second-order Fluid Stochastic Petri Net (...
Marco Gribaudo, Rossano Gaeta
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2006
Springer
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Design and analysis of a class-aware recursive loop scheduler for class-based scheduling
In this paper, we consider the problem of devising a loop scheduler that allocates slots to users according to their relative weights as smoothly as possible. Instead of the exist...
Raphael Rom, Moshe Sidi, Hwee Pink Tan
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2006
Springer
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A customer threshold property for closed finite queueing networks
-- We present a new class of finite queues in cyclic networks with production blocking. We show that with a threshold property related to the number of customers in the network, th...
Mustafa Yuzukirmizi, J. MacGregor Smith
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2006
Springer
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Closed form solutions for mapping general distributions to quasi-minimal PH distributions
Approximating general distributions by phase-type (PH) distributions is a popular technique in stochastic analysis, since the Markovian property of PH distributions often allows a...
Takayuki Osogami, Mor Harchol-Balter
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2006
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Deterministic end-to-end delay guarantees with rate controlled EDF scheduling
Quality of Service (QoS) in terms of end-to-end delay guarantees to real-time applications is an important issue in emerging broadband packet networks. Earliest Deadline First (ED...
Vijay Sivaraman, Fabio M. Chiussi, Mario Gerla
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2006
Springer
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The LCD interconnection of LRU caches and its analysis
In a multi-level cache such as those used for web caching, a hit at level l leads to the caching of the requested object in all intermediate caches on the reverse path (levels l -...
Nikolaos Laoutaris, Hao Che, Ioannis Stavrakakis
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2006
Springer
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Analysis of manufacturing blocking systems with Network Calculus
In this paper, the manufacturing blocking system (MBS) is studied from the Network Calculus (NetCal) perspective. By dominating an MBS by a window flow controller (WFC), we obtain...
Amit Bose, Xiaoyue Jiang, Bin Liu, Gang Li
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2006
Springer
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A discrete-time queueing model with periodically scheduled arrival and departure slots
We consider a time-slotted queueing model where each time slot can either be an arrival slot, in which new packets arrive, or a departure slot, in which packets are transmitted an...
Johan van Leeuwaarden, Dee Denteneer, Jacques Resi...
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2006
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How many servers are best in a dual-priority M/PH/k system?
We ask the question, "for minimizing mean response time (sojourn time), which is preferable: one fast server of speed 1, or k slow servers each of speed 1/k?" Our settin...
Adam Wierman, Takayuki Osogami, Mor Harchol-Balter...
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