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The research papers in this volume describe recent, original developments in techniques, tools and applications in the area of communication system performance. Involved in the project are researchers from the world's leading universities, research institutes and companies.
Invited Papers. Performance Issues of the DQDB Protocol (S. Fdida, H. Santoso). Applications of Sample Path Analysis to Communication Network Control (D. Towsley). Polling Systems. Mean Delay Approximations for Polling Systems with Batch Poisson Input (L.F. de Moraes, S. Fuhrmann). Asymptotic Optimality of the Go-Back-n Protocol in High Speed Data Networks with Small Buffers (D. Mitra, I. Mitrani). Performance Analysis of the FDDI Media Access Control Protocol (M. Tangemann, K. Sauer). ISDN Switch. Analysis of a Channel Access Control Method in Integrated Networks (F. Sha, T. Atmaca). Bit-by-bit Self-Routing Interconnected Network (N. Zhang). Analysis of a Class of Buffer Storage Systems with Markov-Correlated Input and Bulk Service (H. Ahmadi, R. Guérin). Modeling of Switching Techniques. Head of the Line Arbitration of Packet Switches with Input and Output Queueing (I. Iliadis). Performance of a Generic Non-Blocking Packet Switch (J.S.C. Chen, T.E. Stern). An Improved Time Slot Assignment Algorithm for the TDM Hierarchical Switching Systems (S. Chalasani, A. Varma). ATM Switching. Traffic Burstiness Influence on ATM Switching Behavior (J. Solé et al.). Statistical Multiplexing in ATM Networks (J.A.S. Monteiro et al.). A Limited Output Buffer Switch for ATM (H. Lee et al.). Performance Studies. Development and Performance Evaluation of Point to Multipoint Communication Control Scheme Via Satellite (T. Nakumara et al.). A Combined Performance Analysis of Error Control and Multiple Access for a Mobile Radio Channel (A. Böttcher, D. Cygan). Waiting Time and Queue Length Distributions for Go-Back-n and Selective-Repeat ARQ Protocols (M. Yoshimoto et al.). Worst-Case Performance of Prioritized Access to Resources in Data Communication Networks (J. Konorski). Access Methods. Statistical Multiplexing under Non-i.i.d. Packet Arrival Process and Different Priority Policies (I. Stavrakakis). Stochastic Analysis of a Slotted FIFO Communication Channel: Constant and Uniform Message Lengths (E.G. Coffmann et al.). Analysis of a Multiqueue Model for an ISDN Access Interface (T. Ozawa). Network Management. Optimization Method for Reconfiguration of High Speed Digital Networks under Transit Trunk Failure Conditions (R. Sasaki et al.). NETMON - II: A Monitoring Tool for Distributed and Multiprocessor Systems (O. Endriss et al.). Workload. Consecutive Loss in Real Time Packet Traffic (J.M. Ferrandiz, A.A. Lazar). Real Time Network Load Estimation in Packet Switched Networks (H. Ahmadi, P. Kermani). On the Superposition of Arrival Processes for Voice and Data (H.G. Perros, R. Onvural). Protocols. Approximate Method for Performance Evaluation of the Message Exchange in a Fieldbus: FIP (F. Simonot et al.). A New Scheme to Maintain Routes in Entry-to-Exit Routing Strategy (P.H. Enslow et al.). A Cryptographic Mechanism for Non-Iterative Algorithm Enforcing (J.D. Ferrer, L. Huguet-Roger). Tools and Measurements. Packet Switched Network Simulator Based on Modula-2 (E. Vázquez et al.). Performance of Public Packet Switched Networks: Experience and Theory (R. Vandebroucke, P. van Binst). Distributed Measurement System for Protocols and Applications in ISO 8802/3 LANs (M. Weixler). MACOM - A Tool for the Markovian Analysis of Communication Systems (M. Sczittnick, B. Müller-Clostermann).
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- © North Holland 1991
- 17th December 1990
- North Holland
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Université de Versailles, Laboratoire MASI, Versailles, France
Universitat de les Illes Balears, Departament de Ciències Matemàtiques i Informàtica, Palma de Mallorca, Spain
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