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Rare event simulation of delay in packet switching networks using DPR-based splitting
WSC'99. 1999 Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings. 'Simulation - A Bridge to the Future' (Cat. No.99CH37038)
Rare event simulation using splitting has been shown to provide significant speed-up for large classes of problems, especially when queue length distribution is of primary interest. However, choice of the control parameters is much less straightforward in cases where splitting is applied to systems in which the target event is delay, rather than packet loss. In this paper we propose a control strategy for splitting that allows computationally efficient analysis of very low delay thresholddoi:10.1109/wsc.1999.823102 dblp:conf/wsc/HarasztiT99 fatcat:kjadacfv65dcvokphl6bbusvby