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D-BMAP Models for Performance Evaluation of ATM Networks [chapter]

John A. Silvester, Nelson L. S. Fonseca, Stanley S. Wang
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
The fixed cell size used in ATM networks naturally leads to the use of discrete-time models for performance evaluation.  ...  We are also interested in network-wide performance evaluation and propose models that make use of similar two-state Markov models to represent both external and internal traffic.  ...  Number of Data Sources NETWORK MODELS In this section, we now consider a network of ATM switches and the corresponding queueing network.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_17 fatcat:tv56jaxrsbapze4xxlegd2gnli

High Performance ATM Terminals: Design and Evaluation [chapter]

George E. Konstantoulakis, George I. Stassinopoulos
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
The main line of thought is that the tenninal has to be seen as an Interworking Unit between its peripheral devices (disks, etc.) and the high bandwidth network.  ...  This paper intends to show that even low end tenninals can, under given implementation guidelines, become hosts of multimedia applications over ATM based B-ISDN.  ...  Acknowledgment The authors would like to acknowledge the support received within the framework of RACE projects R1022 "Technology for ATD" and R2061 "Exploit" by the European Union, while perfonning this  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_32 fatcat:4qb3dwirdffire534epqz52w3a

The Design of Survivable ATM Networks [chapter]

P. A. Veitch, D. G. Smith, I. Hawker
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
Failure of links or nodes could have disastrous consequences in a very high speed network carrying large volumes of data, for the user, for the service provider and for the network operator.  ...  In this work, a backbone ATM mesh network is considered whereby Virtual Paths are cross-connected at special ATM switching nodes.  ...  For an ATM core network, this requires a knowledge of the routing and bandwidth allocation of Virtual Paths.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_28 fatcat:teciedyhv5gadifkmc5qtigk6a

Diffusion Models to Study Nonstationary Traffic and Cell Loss in ATM Networks [chapter]

T. Czachórski, J. M. Fourneau, F. Pekergin
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
We study the effects of nonstationary traffic patterns in a network of ATM nodes.  ...  The models frequently used to predict transient behaviour of these networks are based on fluid approximation. Usually they assume Poisson arrivals and consider only mean values of queues.  ...  The diffusion approach seems to be a natural tool to deal with the transient states and particularily well suited to model ATM networks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_18 fatcat:nbr352p22zdi7c4q4u4kzket4u

FEC and Multi-layer Video Coding For ATM Networks [chapter]

M. J. Riley, I. E. G. Richardson
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
A real video sequence is transmitted through a simulated ATM network before reanimation and subjective quality evaluation.  ...  Compressed video data resulting from these coding standards is however susceptible to quality degradation when cell losses occur during transmission over an ATM network.  ...  The majority of cell losses within ATM networks are attributable to buffer overflows and therefore cell loss occurs in bursts during times of congestion.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_23 fatcat:3obx6363qjdktjbsb2q4e4l5ia

Performance Analysis of Fast Reservation Protocols for ATM Networks [chapter]

Jürgen Enssle, Uwe Briem, Hans Kröner
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
The future Broadband-ISDN based on the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) has to cope with a vast variety of services with different bitrate and Quality of Service (QoS) requirements.  ...  One possible traffic control scheme is the Fast Reservation Protocol (FRP) which introduces a dynamic traffic control at the burst level enhancing the capabilities of the network to increase its utilization  ...  Duroyon and P. Lutz for the implementation of the simulation programs and G. Willmann for the highly efficient implementation of an algorithm to solve large systems of linear simultaneous equations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_4 fatcat:alpuskdaq5f5vhznnffnb3egsm

Discrete-time Models for Connection Admission Control (CAC) in ATM [chapter]

Christoph Herrmann
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
This paper provides two different discrete-time finite-buffer queueing models of the G~xl+G2/D/1/s-type for modelling CAC in ATM.  ...  The first model-given in detail here-is based on Neuts' M/G/ltype paradigm, and allows the solution of the queueing model for a DBMAP+DMAP input including the DMAP~xl+DMAP2 case (also for a general service  ...  Briem, Stuttgart, for some details about an algorithm mentioned in [4] and a literature hint.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_6 fatcat:b3kh2v4gwnc7tgte6wy3zmnj2m

Performance Study on ATM Adaptation Layer [chapter]

Zhi Cui, Arne A. Nilsson
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
In an ATM network, the ATM Adaptation Layer(AAL) is used to support the connection between the ATM and non-ATM protocol layers.  ...  In this paper, we focus on the analysis of this critical queue, with a more general queueing model, I Bp[x]jGeo/1/ [{ queue.  ...  In high speed networks, another important issue is the selection of a traffic model, because most of the traffic that an ATM network supports is highly bursty and the Poisson process (or in discrete time  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_29 fatcat:bzhrgfaw4ngzfm5mlrnvvpkh64

Bursty Traffic Modelling and Multiplexing Performance Analysis in ATM Networks: A Three-moment Approach [chapter]

N. Mitrou, K. Kontovasilis, V. Nellas
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
Kouvatsos (ed.), Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  ...  model for ATM traffic.  ...  The ON/OFF type of traffic seems to be of the most frequently encountered in the forthcoming ATM networks.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_3 fatcat:pnfp66hg5vbfhdyrmpxh5xobxi

Stochastic allocation of virtual paths to ATM links [chapter]

Michał Pióro, Piotr Gajowniczek
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
In the paper we propose a way of solving the problem of allocating capacity of virtual paths to the links of an ATM network.  ...  The method is simple to implement and can be used to the whole class of multicommodity flow problems, including the one considered in the paper.  ...  Arvidsson, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden for providing the network example used in this paper and with detailed results of the network optimisation by his method.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_8 fatcat:7z4by3naf5ggvfpr5xgdrak5yq

Methods for Performance Monitoring and Traffic Measurements at Cell Level in ATM networks [chapter]

F. Lozano, M. J. Manso
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
an ATM network, switching node and end-points of the different paths: Cell Transfer Rate and Cell Loss Ratio.  ...  ATM Network Management requires the system to calculate and to control all the traffic and performance parameters at cell level.  ...  These methods allow to perform QOS Observation and Performance Management at ATM level according to the CCITT [15] using a Current Data associated with every kind of element of the network with an observation  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_27 fatcat:wlgrg25nbzd6pgkojdipi2ofiy

Simulation of Traffic Shaping Algorithms in ATM Networks [chapter]

M. Ajmone Marsan, T. V. Do, L. Jereb, R. Cigno, R. Pasquali, A. Tonietti
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
Simulation is used to investigate and compare the impact of two different traffic shaping policies on the quality of connectionless services in two ATM network topologies with various levels of traffic  ...  The first topology is asymmetric and bicentric, and is a possible candidate for an Italian ATM network.  ...  Many different types of traffic sources are available in CLASS, in order to generate a representative synthetic workload for the functional model of the ATM network operations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_7 fatcat:2g6jccpouvdvneopyxio7czkgq

High Level B-ISDN/ATM Traffic Management in Real Time [chapter]

Åke Arvidsson
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
We study real time traffic management in the perspective of a four-level model of traffic variations: cells, bursts, sessions, and links.  ...  The present work applies both to networks using SDH/SONET and/or networks based on ATM, i. e. both to present public switched telephony networks and broadband integrated services digital networks, and  ...  The generous support of the Department of Communications Systems, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden, and of the Teletraffic Research Centre, The University of Adelaide, S.A., Australia, which has made  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_10 fatcat:gqf6bjttvfgwtld7dm3z7hwwm4

Characterising the Worst Traffic Profile Passing Through an ATM-UNI [chapter]

Andreas Skliros
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
This paper evaluates the worst traffic profile of an ATM connection which is characterised by four parameters.  ...  The mean and squared coefficient of variation of the inter-cell times of the worst traffic profile are estimated and the statistical behaviour of the traffic pattern is modelled by the Generalised Geometric  ...  INTRODUCTION Broadband ATM networks will be able to carry a variety of services.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_5 fatcat:oizqhwxtbfe27bbztv7vjexqrq

End-to-end guaranteed QoS with statistical multiplexing for ATM networks [chapter]

Sanjeev Rampal, Douglas S. Reeves, Dharma P. Agrawal
1995 Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks  
We i n vestigate a method for supporting diverse quality-of-service requirements in broadband networks based on ATM technology.  ...  W e show that under certain conditions the amount of network bandwidth required by a VP is minimized by incurring all the allowable loss at the rst link of a VP.  ...  In particular, the issue of multiplexing vs. isolation of VCs with di ering QoS speci cations and tra c characteristics needs further investigation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34881-0_26 fatcat:nggbc4vl7zbt3lbkbdkmdqiyye
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