Queuing Theory Models for Computer Networks (Paperback)

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A set of simple queuing theory models which can model the average response of a network of computers to a given traffic load has been implemented using a spreadsheet. The impact of variations in traffic patterns and intensities, channel capacities, and message protocols can be assessed using them because of the lack of fine detail in the network traffic rates, traffic patterns, and the hardware used to implement the networks. A sample use of the models applied to a realistic problem is included in appendix A. Appendix B provides a glossary of terms used in this paper. This Ames Research Center computer communication network is an evolving network of local area networks (LANs) connected via gateways and high-speed backbone communication channels. Intelligent planning of expansion and improvement requires understanding the behavior of the individual LANs as well as the collection of networks as a whole. Galant, David C. Ames Research Center ...
Product Details
ISBN: 9781728891408
ISBN-10: 172889140X
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: October 17th, 2018
Pages: 34
Language: English