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Analysis of the Requirements for ATM Multicasting Based on Per-PDU ID Assignment [chapter]

Josep Mangues-Bafalluy, Jordi Domingo-Pascual
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In strategies using a multiplexing ID, there are two main options: to assign an ID per source or per PDU.  ...  Compound VC (CVC) goes a step beyond in proposing a variablelength ID to adapt to the group size and to reduce the overhead introduced by the multiplexing ID.  ...  Simulation Environment The simulated scenario consists of some bursty sources sending traffic to the same output port of a switch.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45551-5_3 fatcat:32v52l7rbzh33jjtxgvfnxyg2u

Performance Evaluation of Frame Relay, SMDS, and ABR Services in ATM Networks [chapter]

L. Fratta, L. Musumeci
1996 Data Communications and their Performance  
simulation results on the ABR service, whose implementation needs a sophisticated reactive congestion control to obtain an acceptable quality of service.  ...  Moreover, ATM networks allows to efficiently support a new service, called available bit rate (ABR) service in the A TM Forum, which requires no bandwidth reservation.  ...  The simulation model considered consists of two ATM switches connected through a VP at 155 Mbitls. Each switch is equipped with buffers at each input and output port.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34942-8_22 fatcat:db5dojtm4bfivmxgvjsu5pdvdu

Towards efficient load distribution in big data cloud

Zhi Liu, Xiang Wang, Weishen Pan, Baohua Yang, Xiaohe Hu, Jun Li
2015 2015 International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC)  
Based on the spike patterns, a hybrid load distributing solution is proposed with hierarchical architecture, which conducts static distributing and dynamic collaborative distributing in respect of flow  ...  The evaluation results from the prototype system and simulation show that our solution is superior to existing load distributing strategies in terms of both time and resource efficiency.  ...  bursty flows respectively. • Experiment results on a prototype system and simulations demonstrated that the proposed solution is able to efficiently deal with bursty traffic in terms of processing time  ... 
doi:10.1109/iccnc.2015.7069326 dblp:conf/iccnc/LiuWPYHL15 fatcat:m36lsa43pzhnzay7irjpidhaky

Feasibility of optical packet switched WDM networks without packet synchronisation under bursty traffic conditions

T. Fjelde, P.B. Hansen, A. Kloch, D. Wolfson, K.E. Stubkjaer
1999 Fifth Asia-Pacific Conference on ... and Fourth Optoelectronics and Communications Conference on Communications,  
Packet switch Traffic simulation model The traffic performance of an add-drop network is investigated using a general WDM Shufflenetwork with 32 add-drop switch nodes.  ...  Packets are generated at the add-inlets, each inlet being modelled as a bursty traffic source.  ... 
doi:10.1109/apcc.1999.824595 fatcat:z6tojckb2fcmrcn6tjsrrrxar4

A universal building block for the approximate analysis of a shared buffer ATM switch architecture

Demetres D. Kouvatsos, Spiros G. Denazis
1994 Annals of Operations Research  
A universal analytic approximation is proposed for the performance analysis of a general queueing model of a shared buffer ATM switch architecture with bursty arrivals.  ...  (CPP) with geometrically distributed batches.  ...  The Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is the specific packet-oriented transfer mode solution for Broadband ISDN and it is capable of efficiently multiplexing a large number of highly bursty sources, such  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02031600 fatcat:wmcvc624d5aqjobnusscdmc5y4

Performance analysis of fuzzy thresholding-based buffer management for a large-scale cell-switching network

Q. Razouqi, Seong-Soon Joo, S. Ghosh
2000 IEEE transactions on fuzzy systems  
Simulation results reveal that, even for a large-scale representative cell-switching network, the fuzzy approach adapts superbly to different bursty input traffic distributions, yielding lower cell loss  ...  A total of 10 000 user calls, generating between 1.0 and 1.5 million ATM cells, is stochastically distributed among the nodes.  ...  Thus, fundamentally, the issue of buffer management arises due to the burstiness of input traffic and the desire to design and operate cost-effective networks with minimal cell loss.  ... 
doi:10.1109/91.868949 fatcat:qdpwpug3rrbdnodlooteg2p2m4

Comparative Performance Study of WDM Packet Switch for Different Traffic Arrival Approach

Ahmed Galib Reza, Hyo-Taek Lim
2011 Journal of information and communication convergence engineering  
Study shows that burstiness of data traffic has a strong negative impact in the performance of WDM packet switches.  ...  The comparison is made based on packet loss rate and average delay under uniform and self-similar Pareto traffic. Computer simulations are performed in order to obtain the switch performance metrics.  ...  Fig. 1 . 1 A Generic block diagram of optical packet switch Fig. 2 . 2 Comparison curve between Self-similar Pareto distribution and exponential distribution Fig. 4 .Fig. 4 44 Packet loss rate versus  ... 
doi:10.6109/jicce.2011.9.5.551 fatcat:7dyqxku5vje2lihtfuma4cl6au

Resource Allocation for Optical Packet-switching Routers with Self-similar Bursty Traffic [chapter]

J. J. He, D. Simeonidou
2001 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The router performance is evaluated in terms of packet loss probability and buffer overflow probability via numerical simulations.  ...  This paper addresses the problem of resource allocation in optical packetswitching routers under self-similar bursty Internet traffic conditions.  ...  Simulation environment Traffic process is simulated as a superposition of many sources with Pareto distributed ON and OFF periods [13] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35410-1_7 fatcat:hbzb4njsxzbqtngntfukihjufm

An adaptive scheme for admission control in ATM networks

Saragur M. Srinidhi, William H. Thesling, Vijaya K. Konangi
1997 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
A schematic of an ATM switching node with the CAC unit is also shown. Finally, we believe that our approach can achieve significant link efficiencies even under very bursty traffic.  ...  ATM networks are characterized by their switchbased network architecture. and the communication between any pair of devices is established through a switch.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7552(96)00120-1 fatcat:wzq56tqvvvcbjndivheeqbb3dq

A multiservice architecture for dynamic bandwidth allocation and traffic engineering applications

Y.L. Takahashi-Iturriaga, J. Martinez, V. Alarcon
2004 14th International Conference on Electronics, Communications and Computers, 2004. CONIELECOMP 2004.  
Bandwidth allocation, traffic engineering and a post analysis resulting architecture are presented in that order.  ...  Ethernet's resources are dissected in order to study each component separately and present a trafficeffective architecture at each hierarchical level.  ...  Traffic may have repetitive patterns in a wide time range; therefore an efficient approach comes when bursty traffic is described statistically with similarity.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icecc.2004.1269562 dblp:conf/conielecomp/Takahashi-IturriagaMA04 fatcat:kh7kxnd5sfdd5cvifutadcgjry

Traffic management techniques to face the effects of intrinsic delays in geostationary satellite networks

A. Iera, A. Molinaro, S. Marano
2002 IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications  
A real-time traffic handling strategy, including distributed connection admission control (CAC) and traffic resource management (TRM) schemes, is harmonized with an in-band signaling technique for burst-based  ...  bandwidth request and with an effective policy for the allocation of radio resources.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors wish to thank the many colleagues working with Alenia for their valuable and friendly collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1109/7693.975453 fatcat:6im57vvezjfdtbokeq7hfbf4bi

Parallel communications for ATM network control and management

Tony T. Lee, Soung C. Liew, Quan-long Ding
1997 Performance evaluation (Print)  
, loss and delay can be controlled using the number of redundant routes k -m as a control parameter.  ...  His current research interests include broadband network traffic management and flow control design of ATM switch, parallel communications in ATM networks and wireless LANs.  ...  This section investigates the cell-loss probabilities of parallel and non-parallel communications using simulations.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0166-5316(96)00064-8 fatcat:pp4a5wz2mbbx5coxfk2a6st7wy

Modeling and Performance Analysis on the Response Capacity against Alert Information in an Intrusion Detection System
침입탐지시스템에서 경보정보에 대한 대응 능력 모델링 및 성능분석

Yong-Hee Jeon, Jung-Sook Jang, Jong-Soo Jang
2005 The KIPS Transactions PartC  
We model the system, design and implement a simulator using OPNET Modeller, for the performance analysis on the response capacity of alert information in the proposed system.  ...  Then we perform the simulation in order to gain some quantitative understanding of the system for our performance parameters.  ...  Through distributed Intrusion Detection System's detection and analysis, it finds out source address and port, destination address and port, and protocol as a message with five-tuples(shown in Figure  ... 
doi:10.3745/kipstc.2005.12c.6.855 fatcat:w5ziygm2obdc7cducnglhbs6wi

Fast and physically-based generation of self-similar network traffic with applications to ATM performance evaluation

Ashok Erramilli, Parag Pruthi, Walter Willinger
1997 Proceedings of the 29th conference on Winter simulation - WSC '97  
In particular, studying the cell loss dynamics (rather than the traditional long-term cell loss rate) observed at an ATM switch that is fed by self-similar traffic, we discuss the impact of network traffic  ...  ., number of packets/bytes per time unit) exhibits over a wide range of time scales, from milliseconds to seconds to minutes and beyond.  ...  On the Dynamics of Cell Losses in an ATM Switch Cell losses are a primary source of performance degradation in ATM networks, and it is invariably characterized by an average rate in performance evaluation  ... 
doi:10.1145/268437.268732 fatcat:mfndz2yrbrbwzdzeh2uiyehcba

Architecture and Performance Analysis of the Multicast Balanced Gamma Switch for Broadband Communications1

Cheng Li, R. Venkatesan, H.M. Heys
2006 IEEE International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications, 2006.  
Using distributed control and a modular design, the Balanced Gamma (BG) switch features a high performance for unicast, multicast and combined traffic under both random and bursty conditions.  ...  Comparisons with other published switches reveals the superior of the BG switch and the tradeoffs between complexity and performance in a packet switch design.  ...  The second solution is capable of handling incoming traffic efficiently and helps to maintain a high throughput of the switch, and thus is preferred in broadband communication networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/aiccsa.2006.205118 dblp:conf/aiccsa/LiVH06 fatcat:xcd35xgdgjevfpn7cke4uv5dwq
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