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17 February 1995Characterizing bursty-source models applied to admission control in ATM networks
This paper proposes different models to describe a bursty source; models are based on Markov chains whose complexity is increasing with the accuracy of the description. The effectiveness of the proposed models is evaluated by varying statistical description parameters of sources like peak bandwidth and burstiness. The effect of the models presented on an ATM cell admission strategy is evaluated; the latter is suited to guarantee quality of service requirements like lost and delayed cell rates in ATM networks with multi-rate bursty traffic. The efficiency of the admission control is verified by a simulation tool.
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R. Bolla, Franco Davoli, Mario Marchese, "Characterizing bursty-source models applied to admission control in ATM networks," Proc. SPIE 2450, Broadband Networks: Strategies and Technologies, (17 February 1995);