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The Internet traffic consists of an increasing amount of soft real-time flows, which can tolerate very small delay variation and losses. Allowing probabilistic Quality of Service (QoS) violation for these flows can greatly help to improve resource utilization. However, this improvement depends on the statistical properties of competing independent flows and… (More)

The modern industrial network traffic consists of an increasing amount of soft real-time flows, which can tolerate very small delay and losses. Allowing probabilistic Quality of Service (QoS) violation for these flows can greatly help to improve resource utilization. However, the improvement depends on the statistical properties of competing independent… (More)

Network calculus is an elegant theory which uses envelopes to determine the worst-case performance bounds in a network. Statistical network calculus is the probabilistic version of network calculus, which strives to retain the simplicity of envelope approach from network calculus and use the arguments of statistical multiplexing to determine probabilistic… (More)

Stochastic network calculus is an evolving theory which accounts for statistical multiplexing and uses an envelope approach for probabilistic delay and backlog analysis of networks. One of the key ideas of stochastic network calculus is the possibility to describe the service offered at a network node as a stochastic service envelope, which in turn can be… (More)

— The operating point of a node is an interesting concept from large deviations theory which defines the asymptotic buffer occupancy distribution at the node. The effective bandwidth function evolved out of large deviations theory, establishes the crucial connection between the node operating point and the theory of statistical network calculus. This paper… (More)

Statistical network calculus is the probabilistic extension of network calculus, which uses a simple envelope approach to describe arrival traffic and service available for the arrival traffic in a node. One of the key features of network calculus is the possibility to describe the service available in a network using a network service envelope constructed… (More)