TY - GEN
T1 - Performance of a single server queue with self similar input
AU - Addie, R. G.
AU - Zukerman, M.
AU - Neame, T.
PY - 1995
Y1 - 1995
N2 - To evaluate analytically the performance of a discrete time single server queue where the input process has a general marginal distribution, its index of dispersion for counts (IDC) may be infinite, and where the tail of the unfinished work distribution is not necessarily dominant, we use the following two principles. Firstly, we use the observation that only a finite duration of time is required for consideration of the effect of correlation on queueing performance. Secondly, by a certain transformation, queueing performance results for a queue with correlated input having arbitrary marginal distribution can be evaluated using that of its non-correlated counterpart. We confirm the results by simulation using real traffic measurements from a high speed data network.
AB - To evaluate analytically the performance of a discrete time single server queue where the input process has a general marginal distribution, its index of dispersion for counts (IDC) may be infinite, and where the tail of the unfinished work distribution is not necessarily dominant, we use the following two principles. Firstly, we use the observation that only a finite duration of time is required for consideration of the effect of correlation on queueing performance. Secondly, by a certain transformation, queueing performance results for a queue with correlated input having arbitrary marginal distribution can be evaluated using that of its non-correlated counterpart. We confirm the results by simulation using real traffic measurements from a high speed data network.
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M3 - RGC 32 - Refereed conference paper (with host publication)
VL - 1
SP - 461
EP - 465
BT - IEEE International Conference on Communications
PB - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
T2 - Proceedings of the 1995 IEEE International Conference on Communications. Part 1 (of 3)
Y2 - 18 June 1995 through 22 June 1995
ER -