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ICCAD
2009
IEEE
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13 years 1 months ago
A performance analytical model for Network-on-Chip with constant service time routers
Performance models for Network-on-Chip (NoC) are essential for design, optimization and Quality of Service (QoS) assurance. Classical queueing theory has been often used to provid...
Nikita Nikitin, Jordi Cortadella
INFOCOM
2005
IEEE
13 years 9 months ago
An analytic framework for modeling peer to peer networks
Abstract—This paper presents an analytic framework to evaluate the performance of peer to peer (P2P) networks. Using the time to download or replicate an arbitrary file as the m...
Krishna K. Ramachandran, Biplab Sikdar
WSC
2007
13 years 6 months ago
Modeling the performance of low latency queueing for emergency telecommunications
Event simulation and analytic modeling are used to evaluate the performance of Low Latency Queueing (LLQ), a queueing discipline available in some Internet packet switching router...
Denise M. Bevilacqua Masi, Martin J. Fischer, Davi...
IWQOS
2001
Springer
13 years 8 months ago
Aggregation and Scalable QoS: A Performance Study
The IETF’s Integrated Services (IntServ) architecture together with reservation aggregation provide a mechanism to support the quality-of-service demands of real-time flows in a...
Huirong Fu, Edward W. Knightly
PE
2008
Springer
173views Optimization» more  PE 2008»
13 years 4 months ago
Improving fairness in a WRED-based DiffServ network: A fluid-flow approach
The DiffServ architecture has been proposed as a scalable approach for upgrading the Internet, adding service differentiation functionalities. However, several aspects of this arc...
Mario Barbera, Alfio Lombardo, Giovanni Schembra, ...