Performance Analysis of ATM Networks: IFIP TC6 WG6.3 / WG6.4 Fifth International Workshop on Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks July 21-23, 1997, Ilkley, UK / Edition 1by Demetres D. Kouvatsos
Pub. Date: 10/31/1999
Publisher: Springer US
Over recent years, a considerable amount of effort has been devoted, b oth in industry and academia, towards the performance modelling, evalu ation and prediction of Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) networks. Thi s book describes recent advances in ATM networks reflecting the state- of-the-art technology and research achievements worldwide. In addition , it… See more details below
Over recent years, a considerable amount of effort has been devoted, b oth in industry and academia, towards the performance modelling, evalu ation and prediction of Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) networks. Thi s book describes recent advances in ATM networks reflecting the state- of-the-art technology and research achievements worldwide. In addition , it provides a fundamental source of reference in the ATM field.
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Table of ContentsPreface. Sponsorship. Participants in the Review Process. Part One: Traffic Modelling and Characterisation. 1. A Model of Self-Similar Data Traffic Applied to Ethernet Traces; J.J. Gordon, F. Huebner-Szabo de Bucs. 2. Analysis and Modelling of ATM (AAL5) Traffic Traces; M.D.K. Bhabuta, P.G. Harrison. 3. Is the Apparent Self-Similarity of the Broadband Traffic due to Non Stationarity? S. Vaton,et al. 4. A New Threshold-Based Traffic Characterization and Policing Mechanism for Communication Networks; S. Durinovic-Johri, P.K. Johri. 5. How Does an ATM Switch See the Traffic Through the Leaky Bucket? I. Cselenyi, et al. Part Two: Routing. 6. Balancing VP and VC Routing in ATM Networks; A. Arvidsson. 7. A Preliminary Model for Deflection Routing; Q. Wei, G. Hebuterne. Part Three: Switch and Multiplexer Models. 8. Efficient Performance Analysis of ATM Buffer Systems by Using the Spectral Analysis of Rate Matrices; K. Wuyts, R.K. Boel. 9. Analysis of an ATM Multiplexer with Prioritized Service; J.F. Meyer, et al. 10. Performance Analysis of Input Queueing ATM Switches with Parallel Iterative Matching Scheduling; G. Nong, et al. 11. Traffic Characteristics and Queueing Behaviour of Discrete-time On-Off Sources; K. Laevens, H. Bruneel. 12. The Correlation Structure of the Output of an ATM Multiplexer; C. Blondia, F. Geerts. Part Four: Call Admission Control (CAC). 13. Call Blocking in Multi-Services Systems on One Transmission Link; M. Delaire, G. Hebuterne. 14. Investigations of the Performance of a Measurement-based Connection Admission Control Algorithm; B. McGurk, C. Walsh. 15. A CAC Algorithm for ATM Networks Supporting Different QoS Class; M. Ajmone Marsan, et al. Part Five: Congestion Control. 16. Linear Control Theory for Modelling, Designing, and Performance Evaluation of ATM Congestion Control Algorithms; S. Mascolo. Part Six: Resource Allocation. 17. An Efficient Bandwidth Assigmnent Algorithm for Real-Tiine Traffic in ATM Networks; A.A. Belhaj, L. Pap. 18. Equalisation of Blocking Probability in Switching Systems with Limited Availability; M. Stasiak, et al. 19. Multiplexing Gains in ATM Networks; Z. Fan, P. Mars. 20. Evaluation of the ER Algorithm ERAQLES in Different ABR Environments; Y. Moret, et al. 21. Dynamical Resource Reservation Scheme in an ATM Network Using Neural Network-Based Traffic Prediction; F. Clerot, et al. 22. A Neural Network Approach to Effective Bandwidth Characterization in ATM Networks; S. Ramaswamy, P. Gburzynski. Part Seven: Quality of Service (QoS). 23. A Simple Fair Cell Discarding Algorithm on Per-VC Queueing Basis; X. Mang, Y. Levy. Part Eight: Tools and Techniques. 24. Efficient Computation of Waiting Time Moments for the DBMAP/GII/N Queue; C. Herrmann. 25. Approximate Analysis of Arbitrary QNMs with Space and Service Priorities; I. Ullah-Awan, D.D. Kouvatsos. 26. A Flexible and Cost-Effective ATM Traffic Generator; S. Hontas, et al. 27. An Efficient Simulation Environment for 3rd Generation Cellular Networks; A.G. Valko, et al.
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