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Samuli Aalto (HUT), Urtzi Ayesta (FranceTelecom and INRIA) and Eeva Nyberg-Oksanen (HUT)
 

Summary: Samuli Aalto (HUT), Urtzi Ayesta (FranceTelecom and INRIA)
and Eeva Nyberg-Oksanen (HUT)
Mice and elephants: 80% of the flows are short, 5% of largest
flows make up for 95% of the load.
TCP point of view, short connections are more vulnerable
against losses.
Motivation for the differentiation between Short and Long TCP
flows.
Flow level analysis: Interest in the analysis of age based
scheduling disciplines.
Mean delay analysis of Kleinrock's Multi-level Processor
Sharing.
Comparison with ordinary Processor Sharing.
Review of known Scheduling results.
Two-level Processor Sharing
Framework for mean delay comparison of
scheduling disciplines.
Results
Conclusions
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Source: Ayesta, Urtzi - Laboratoire d'Analyse et d'Architecture des Systèmes du CNRS

 

Collections: Engineering