Stochastic analysis of computer and communication systems
Analytical techniques for evaluating the performance of computer and communication systems have evolved hand in hand with the progress in these systems since the late 1960's, and an enormous amount of knowledge has been accumulated in this interplay of applied mathematics and computer science. This book includes nineteen lengthy surveys of the state of the art of performance evaluation techniques, and an extensive bibliography. The topics include stochastic processes and queueing theory applied to performance analysis, and performance models of computer systems and communication networks. Articles have been contributed by leading scientists from five continents.
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Measurements and Approximations to Describe the Offered Traffic
K W Fendick and W Whitt 3
Synchronization in Queueing Systems
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algorithm ALOHA analyzed applications approximation approximation algorithm arrival process assumed assumption average behavior Boxma buffer capacity channel closed queueing networks Computer Networks computer systems consider customers cycle cyclic database decomposition defined delay denote disk equations ergodic example exhaustive service exponentially distributed finite given IEEE IEEE Trans independent interarrival Jackson network Markov chain messages method multiple networks with blocking node normalized mean workload North-Holland obtained offered traffic Operations optimal packet packet switching parameters Performance Evaluation performance measures Perros Poisson Poisson process polling systems priority priority queues PRNET probability problem Proc processor product form protocol queueing model queueing network models queueing system queueing theory random variables recursion Research resequencing routing scheduling Section sequence service discipline single server slot slotted ALOHA solution stability station stochastic subnetwork switching switchover Takagi tandem Theorem throughput token passing token ring transmission transmitted users waiting
Queueing Networks with Discrete Time Scale: Explicit Expressions for the ...
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