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This contribution describes traffic models that provide typical self-similar traffic for data applications and interrupted Poisson (or on-off) models for streaming media applications for a point-to-multipoint fixed wireless WAN application. The contribution specifies the traffic models for various proto-typical cases. It also provides a definition of what(More)
This paper describes some techniques to improve the speed of the implicit enumeration method for solving zero-one integer programming problems. Among these techniques, the most powerful is the one of using a column vector which works as a tag for each inequality, indicating whether or not the inequality should be checked for the current partial solution. A(More)
The contribution defines a general traffic model which provides typical self-similar traffic for a point-to-multipoint fixed wireless WAN applications. The model accurate characterizes measured traffic for both Ethernet and Internet traffic. The contribution defines the traffic model for various proto-typical cases. It also provides a definition of what(More)
IN FORTRAN PROGRAMMING of extensive storage problems the programmer has to devise elaborate schemes to make use of available space. The programmer also has to define the extent of the storage before execution, even when the sizes of the various data blocks are unknown. These requirements place severe restrictions on the efficient use of the size of the(More)