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Performance comparison of several priority schemes with priority jumps
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In this paper, we consider several discrete-time priority queues with priority jumps. Expand
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Performance analysis of a single-server ATM queue with a priority scheduling
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In this paper, we use an analysis based on generating functions for assessing the performance of ATM bu:ers with a priority scheduling discipline. Expand
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A modified HOL priority scheduling discipline: Performance analysis
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We introduce and analyze a modified HOL (head-of-the-line) priority scheduling discipline. Expand
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Power series approximations for two-class generalized processor sharing systems
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We develop power series approximations for a discrete-time queueing system with two parallel queues and one processor. Expand
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On priority queues with priority jumps
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We compare this dynamic priority scheduling discipline with a first-in, first-out (FIFO) scheduling and a static priority scheduling (HOL) and we investigate the influence of the different parameters of the simplified HOL-PJ scheduling discipline. Expand
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A MEMS Condenser Microphone-Based Intracochlear Acoustic Receiver
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We present a new microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) condenser microphone (CMIC)-based ICAR concept suitable for ICSP measurements in human temporal bones. Expand
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Analysis of a versatile batch-service queueing model with correlation in the arrival process
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In this paper, we analyze a discrete-time D-BMAP/G^l^,^c/1 queue, whereby the service time of a batch is dependent on the number of customers within it. Expand
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Analysis of threshold-based batch-service queueing systems with batch arrivals and general service times
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We compute a fundamental formula from which an entire gamut of known as well as new results regarding the buffer content of batch-service queues can be extracted. Expand
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A two-class discrete-time queueing model with two dedicated servers and global FCFS service discipline
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This paper considers a simple discrete-time queueing model with two types (classes) of customers (types 1 and 2) each having their own dedicated server (servers A and B resp.). Expand
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