High speed networks and their performance: proceedings of the IFIP TC6 Task Force/WG6.4 fifth International Conference on Data Communication Systems and their Performance, Raleigh, NC, USA, 26-28 October, 1993
The advent of Information Highways has recently been heralded as the next generation of communication networks. Consensus has it that these highways will be based on ATM networks. However, despite the tremendous progress in the development of ATM technology, there are still many problems to resolve, such as bandwidth allocation, congestion control and quality of service. The emphasis of this publication is on high speed networks and it addresses many of these problems. Contributions, sourced from experts across the field, are organized around the following topics: high speed LANs and MANs, performance of ATM switch architectures, congestion control and error recovery, quality of service, protocols, protocol measurements and implementation, and ATM motivated queueing theory.
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Analytical Modeling and Performance of DualBus HighSpeed
Schemes for Slot Reuse in CRMA
Performance of the Cooperative Random Token Protocol
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access cycle adapter algorithm analysis application approximation arrival process arrival rate assumed Asynchronous Transfer Mode ATM cell ATM multiplexer ATM networks average B-ISDN bandwidth Bernoulli Process bit rate block buffer bursty bytes cell arrival cell loss probability coding rate Communications Computer congestion considered control packets convolutional coding corresponding decoding defined denote discrete-time distribution eigenvalues eigenvectors encoded equal equation F-BUFFER FDDI FIFO Figure Frame Relay function geometrically distributed given IEEE IFIP input interarrival jitter L2_PDU losses L3_PDU loss probability layer load lost packets Markov chain matrix Mb/s Mbit/s MMBP nodes number of cells number of slots obtained overload parameters performance Proc protocol queueing model queueing network queueing system random variable reservation scheme sequence server service policies simulation sources station Statistical Multiplexing stochastic subsystem switch Table tagged TCP/IP Theorem throughput token transmission upper bound values vector z-transform