Richard V. Laue

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In a data network, when messages arrive at a switch to be served (transmitted) on a line, it seems reasonable to assume that the arrival process can be described as a Poisson (random) process. However, when messages are divided into a number of packets of a maximum length, these packets arrive bunched together. This gives rise to what is referred to as(More)
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