Maria Frolkova

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ALOHA-type protocols are intended to govern star networks where multiple customers machines send data packets to the hub machine. Simultaneous transmissions are not possible because they interfere. On the other hand, the customers have no possibility to check whether there is a transmission going on hence collisions are unavoidable. If a transmission has(More)
Bandwidth sharing networks are important flow level models of communication networks. We focus on the fact that it takes a significant number of users to saturate a link, necessitating the inclusion of individual rate constraints. In particular we extend work of Reed & Zwart on fluid models of bandwidth sharing with rate constraints under Markovian(More)
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