Danny J. Mitzel

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Abstract We present an artificial workload model of wide-area internetwork traffic. The model can be used to drive simulation experiments of communication protocols and flow and congestion control experiments. The model is based on analysis of wide-area TCP/IP traffic collected from one industrial and two academic networks. The artificial workload model(More)
In this paper, we characterize wide-area network applications that use the TCP transport protocol. We also describe a new way to model the wide-area traffic generated by a stub network. We believe the traffic model presented here will be useful in studying congestion control, routing algorithms, and other resource management schemes for existing and future(More)
This paper presents a comparative analysis of two resource reservation protocols, ST-II [6] and RSVP [7], in support of an Integrated Services Packet Network (ISPN). We use simulations to examine the network-wide resource requirements for each protocol to support a number of application communication styles, across a range of group sizes and membership(More)
The goal of network design is to meet the needs of resident applications in an efficient manner. Adding real-time service and point-to-multipoint multicast routing to the Internet's traditional point-to-point best effort service model will greatly increase the Internet's efficiency in handling point-to-multipoint real-time applications. Recently, the RSVP(More)
This paper presents a comparative analysis of two resource reservation protocols, ST-II 6] and RSVP 7], in support of an Integrated Services Packet Network (ISPN). We use simulations to examine the network-wide resource requirements for each protocol to support a number of application communication styles, across a range of group sizes and membership(More)
This paper presents a comparative analysis of two resource reservation protocols ST II and RSVP in support of an Integrated Services Packet Net work ISPN We use simulations to examine the network wide resource requirements for each proto col to support a number of application communication styles across a range of group sizes and membership distributions We(More)
The goal of network design is to meet the needs of resident applications in an eecient manner. Adding real-time service and point-to-multipoint multicast routing to the In-ternet's traditional point-to-point best eeort service model will greatly increase the Internet's eeciency in handling point-to-multipoint real-time applications. Recently, the RSVP(More)