Performance modelling and evaluation of ATM networks
Chapman & Hall, Jun 30, 1995 - Computers - 640 pages
This book covers all aspects of ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) networks. ATM is the core switching technology for the Information Superhighway and this book provides up-to-the-minute research on the subject.
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algorithm allocation analysis analytical application approximation arrival process arrival rate assumed Asynchronous Transfer Mode ATM network ATM switch average bandwidth batch Bernoulli process bitrate Broadband burst bursty cell arrival cell delay jitter cell loss probability Clos networks coefficient computed connection considered correlation function corresponding D-BMAP defined denote departure discrete-time distribution equations Evaluation exponential FIFO Figure finite geometrically distributed GGeo given high priority cells IEEE implementation interarrival interdeparture interval layer load Markov chain Markovian Arrival Process matrix mean method number of cells obtained optimal packet paper parameters performance Poisson process probability vector protocol queue length queueing model queueing network queueing system random variable real-time router routing server shared buffer simulation slot spare capacity statistical multiplexing stochastic stream superposition switching node total number Traffic pattern traffic shaping transition transmission vector video sources Virtual Path