Improving Cross-Traffic Bounds in Feed-Forward Networks - There is a Job for Everyone

Abstract

Network calculus provides a mathematical framework for deterministically bounding backlog and delay in packet-switched networks. The analysis is compositional and proceeds in several steps. In the first step, a general feed-forward network is reduced to a tandem of servers lying on the path of the flow of interest. This requires to derive bounds on the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-31559-1_3

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@inproceedings{Bondorf2016ImprovingCB, title={Improving Cross-Traffic Bounds in Feed-Forward Networks - There is a Job for Everyone}, author={Steffen Bondorf and Jens B. Schmitt}, booktitle={MMB/DFT}, year={2016} }