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Phase Transitions in Packet Traffic on Regular Networks: a comparison of source types and topologies
 

Summary: Phase Transitions in Packet Traffic on Regular Networks:
a comparison of source types and topologies
D.K. Arrowsmith,
R.J. Mondrag´on
, J.M. Pitts
, M. Woolf
October 14, 2004
Keywords: Packet traffic, regular networks, conges-
tion, long-range and short range dependence sources.
Abstract
We extend the packet traffic network models developed
in recent years for rectangular grids to other regular net-
works, and to fragmented networks. The packet transfer
mechanism is open-loop as before. The nodes of the net-
work are either hosts or routers. Both can receive and
transmit packets towards their destination; hosts can also
create and receive packets. Long range dependent traffic
with varying Hurst parameter is introduced at the host
nodes of these networks, and comparative studies of the
onset of congestion are carried out. Results show statis-

  

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

 

Collections: Mathematics