Linear-complexity algorithms for QoS support in input-queued switches with no speedup

@article{Kam1999LinearcomplexityAF,
  title={Linear-complexity algorithms for QoS support in input-queued switches with no speedup},
  author={Anthony C. Kam and Kai-Yeung Siu},
  journal={IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications},
  year={1999},
  volume={17},
  pages={1040-1056}
}
We present several fast, practical linear-complexity scheduling algorithms that enable provision of various quality-of-service (QoS) guarantees in an input-queued switch with no speedup. Specii-cally, our algorithms provide per-virtual-circuit transmission rate and cell delay guarantees using a credit-based bandwidth reservation scheme. Our algorithms also provide approximate max-min-fair sharing of unreserved switch capacity. The novelties of our algorithms derive from judicious choices of… CONTINUE READING
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