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The use of inference from end-to-end multicast measurements has recently been proposed to find the internal characteristics in a network. Here we describe statistically rigorous methods for inferring link loss rates, and their application to identifying the underlying multicast topology.
Designing hardware/software systems in the traditional way we clearly separate methods for the functional design and performance evaluation. Beside many merits the well known insularity-problem is one of the consequences. Therefore, in system engineering we see a clear trend towards an integral...
The subject of this abstract is performance analysis of multiclass queueing networks. The objective is to estimate steady-state queue lengths in queueing networks, assuming a priori that the scheduling policy implemented brings the system to a steady state, namely is stable. We propose a very...
Interest in Connection Admission Control (CAC) algorithms stems from the need for a network user and a network provider to forge an agreement on the Quality of Service (QoS) for a new network connection. Traditional evaluation of CAC algorithms has been through simulation studies. We present an...
Proportional Share Scheduling (PSS), which is the allocation of prespecified fractions of a certain resource to different classes of customers, has been studied both in the context of the allocation of network bandwidth and of processors. Much of this work has focused on systems with a single...
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