Queues in DOCSIS cable modem networks

@article{Lambert2008QueuesID,
  title={Queues in DOCSIS cable modem networks},
  author={Joke Lambert and Benny Van Houdt and Chris Blondia},
  journal={Computers & OR},
  year={2008},
  volume={35},
  pages={2482-2496}
}
In this paper we determine the optimal fraction c∗ of the uplink channel capacity that should be dedicated to the contention channel in a DOCSIS cable network in order to minimize its mean response time. For this purpose, we have developed an open queueing network with a non-standard form of blocking consisting of tens to hundreds of nodes. The network contains several types of customers that enter the network at various points according to a Markovian arrival process with marked customers. One… CONTINUE READING
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