Michael S. Boykin

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A great deal of packet scheduling research in high speed integrated, multimedia services networks (ISNs) aims to eeciently emulate the Generalized P r ocessor Sharing (GPS) service discipline. The approach used by these schemes has been, rst, to maximize the emulation accuracy through the use of packet-by-packet scheduling decisions and then to minimize the(More)
Discrete service disciplines have been shown capable of emulating the ideal Generalized Processor Sharing (GPS) discipline within one maximum-sized packet's transmission time. As a result, the accuracy of such schemes increases with improvements in link speed due to the corresponding reduction in packet transmission delay. However, the merits of such(More)
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