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Future broadband networks will need to support transmission and switching at rates ranging from hundreds of Gbits/s to a Tbits/s or more. A feasible approach in the realization of such networks is the use of sets of parallel links or channels which are termed trunk groups or channel groups. In...
We present an approximate analysis of a queue with a dynamically changing input rate that is based on implicit or explicit feedback information. This is motivated by proposals for adaptive congestion control algorithms, (6) and (15), where the sender's window size at the transport level is...
Route generation and message forwarding in large diverse internetworks is subject to multiple service-related constraints, referred to as policies, imposed both by the service providers (in terms of offered services and restrictions on these services) and by the users (in terms of service...
ATOMIC is an inexpensive high-speed LAN built by USC/ISI. It is based upon Mosaic technology developed for fine-grain, message-passing, massively paraIiel computation. Each Mosaic processor is capable of routing variable length packets, while providing added value through simultaneous computing...
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