Local and Metropolitan Communication Systems
Toshiharu Hasegawa, Guy Pujolle, Hideaki Takagi, Yukata Takahashi
Springer, Jun 30, 1995 - Computers - 479 pages
This book covers recent research results in the architecture and performance evaluation of technology associated with LAN and MAN communication systems. It contains the selected proceedings of the Third International Conference on Local and Metropolitan Communications Systems, organized by the International Federation for Information Processing and held in Kyoto, Japan, December 1994. The book assesses new technology in LAN and MAN, and explores the modelling and analysis of communication systems.Specific topics covered by Local and Metropolitan Comomunication Systems include:network management. multicast. ATM switch. ATM multiplexing. ATM traffic characterization. DQDB new protocols in LAN and MAN queuing models related to LAN and MAN. All those concearned with LAN and MAN systems will find this book of use, especially engineers, university professors and lecturers, and those working in research and development.
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access delay acknowledgement algorithm analysis applications Area Networks arrival process arrival rate asynchronous ATM forum ATM network average bandwidth bandwidth allocation basic pattern Bernoulli Process bit rate buffer bundle-spacer bursty bursty traffic CBR cell cell arrival cell loss cell stream coefficient of variation communication Computer congestion control connection control packet data channel defined distribution DQDB equations erasure erasure nodes Figure frame function I-frames ICF(I ICF(R IEEE input interarrival interconnection interdeparture interface isochronous isochronous traffic ITU-T Leaky Bucket load Mbps Metropolitan Area Networks MMBP MMBP-stream packet multicast multiplexing multiring number of nodes obtained output gateway paper path peak cell rate performance period Poisson probability density proposed protocol queue length queueing model received request ring round-trip delay scheme server simulation slot station subnetwork switch tagged throughput time-line topology transmission transmitted