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INTERNET PACKET TRAFFIC CONGESTION D.K. Arrowsmith
 

Summary: INTERNET PACKET TRAFFIC CONGESTION
D.K. Arrowsmith
, R.J. MondrŽagon-C
, J.M. Pitts
, M.Woolf
Mathematical Sciences
, Dept of Electronic Engineering
,
Queen Mary, University of London, London E1 4NS, UK
ABSTRACT
In recent years various models for packet traffic in networks
have been developed. Most models have used Poisson-like
sources which replicate traffic that is voice type. Such
sources are said to be short-range-dependent (SRD). The
early models of SolŽe and Valverde demonstrated that long-
range-dependent (LRD) traffic could arise in the queue length
dynamics at a given node within a communications net-
work even when the sources are LRD free. In this paper
we consider the nature of the onset of congestion as load is
increased in various types of network (regular, small-world

  

Source: Arrowsmith, David - School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary, University of London

 

Collections: Mathematics