Performance Analysis of a Leaky-Bucket Controlled ATM Multiplexer

  title={Performance Analysis of a Leaky-Bucket Controlled ATM Multiplexer},
  author={Jing-Fei Ren and Jon W. Mark and Johnny W. Wong},
  journal={Perform. Eval.},
There are at least three levels where network access control should be exercised: the call level, the burst level and the cell level. These control levels have different time scales. The present paper is concerned primarily with the burst and cell level control. Our system consists of a number of input sources, each controlled by a leaky-bucket mechanism. The outputs from the leaky-buckets are fed to a statistical multiplexer. The cell level loss occurs at the individual leaky-buckets and the… CONTINUE READING


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