Csaba Antal

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—Ethernet is becoming increasingly popular in metro and carrier-grade networks because of its cost-effectiveness, simplicity and scalability. Nevertheless, Ethernet was originally designed as a LAN technology, therefore, it lacks some features, such as fast fault-protection and sophisticated management, which are very important in the new carrier-grade(More)
Admission control algorithms used in acces networks for multiplexed voice sources are typically based on aggregated system characteristics, such as aggregate loss proha-Mi@. Even though the relation of these aggregate performance measures to the performance of specific flows is not trivial, it has gained limited attention so far. We propose an admission(More)
Dynamic Synchronous Transfer Mode (DTM) is a next generation high speed networking technology. It is based on fast circuit switching and uses distributed channel allocation on shared media. The paper proposes a channel allocation algorithm for DTM, which improves the average call setup time and call blocking probability characteristics. Another modification(More)
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