End-To-End Delay Bounds and Buffer Sizing
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We will now begin to demonstrate the usefulness of the guaranteed-rate property concept by considering tandem PSNs. Useful end-to-end cell delay bounds and buffer sizing results will be obtained. These results will be applied to provisioning problems in subsequent chapters. The issue of controlling cell delay jitter is addressed. Finally, extensions are made to arbitrary virtual path connection (VPC) structures by using the notion of “effective” guaranteed-rate properties. In the following, we will assume all guaranteed-rate property parameters are nonnegative integers.
KeywordsBuffer Size Arrival Process Bandwidth Allotment Cell Delay Output Link
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