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Delay Optimization in Bandwidth-Sharing Networks
2006 40th Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems
Bandwidth-sharing networks as considered by Massoulié & Roberts provide a natural modeling framework for describing the dynamic flow-level interaction among elastic data transfers. Although valuable stability results have been obtained, crucial performance metrics such as flow-level delays and throughputs in these models have remained intractable in all but a few special cases. In particular, it is not well understood to what extent flow-level delays and throughputs achieved by standarddoi:10.1109/ciss.2006.286658 fatcat:otsu56xl3jfmfod2r4bjjm6qhy