Jasper Vanlerberghe

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Generalized Processor Sharing (GPS) is a simple, flexible and fair scheduling mechanism to achieve delay differentiation between several customer classes. The amount of delay differentiation is regulated by the weights given to the classes. In this paper we assume a discrete-time, two-class GPS queueing system. Our goal is to derive the optimal weights in(More)
Today, telecommunication networks host a wide range of heterogeneous services. Some demand strict delay minima, while others only need a best-effort kind of service. To achieve service differentiation, network traffic is partitioned in several classes which is then transmitted according to a flexible and fair scheduling mechanism. Telecommunication networks(More)
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