Thomas Demoor

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This paper studies a finite-sized discrete-time priority queue. Arriving packets can be classified into two types: delay-sensitive (class-1) packets and loss-sensitive (class-2) packets. Packets of both classes arrive according to a two-class discrete batch Markovian arrival process (2-DBMAP), taking into account the correlated nature of arrivals in(More)
This paper studies a single-server non-preemptive priority queue with two traffic classes in order to model Expedited Forwarding Per-Hop Behaviour in the Differentiated Services (DiffServ) architecture. Generally, queueing models assume infinite queue capacity but in a DiffServ router the capacity for high priority traffic is typically small to prevent this(More)
This paper studies a finite-sized discrete-time two-class priority queue. Packets of both classes arrive according to a two-class discrete batch Markovian arrival process (2-DBMAP), taking into account the correlated nature of arrivals in heterogeneous telecommunication networks. The model incorporates time and space priority to provide different types of(More)
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