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作者 Kung, H. T
書名 Traffic Management for High-Speed Networks
出版項 Washington, D.C. : National Academies Press, 1997
©1997
國際標準書號 9780309590730 (electronic bk.)
9780309057981
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (32 pages)
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附註 Traffic Management For High-Speed Networks -- Copyright -- Preface -- Contents -- Traffic Management for High-Speed Networks -- Abstract -- Why New Control Methods are Needed -- RAPID INCREASE IN NETWORK SPEEDS -- NETWORK CONGESTION PROBLEM -- INADEQUACY OF BRUTE-FORCE APPROACH TO PROVIDING LARGE BUFFERS -- Use of Flow Control -- CONTROL OF CONGESTION FOR ATM NETWORKS -- TECHNICAL GOALS OF FLOW CONTROL FOR SUPPORTING ATM ABR SERVICES -- TWO TRAFFIC MODELS -- A FLOOD CONTROL PRINCIPLE -- Credit-Based Flow Control -- CREDIT UPDATE PROTOCOL -- STATIC VS. ADAPTIVE CREDIT CONTROL -- ADAPTIVE BUFFER ALLOCATION -- RECEIVER-ORIENTED ADAPTIVE BUFFER ALLOCATION -- RATIONALE FOR CREDIT-BASED FLOW CONTROL -- Overallocation of Resources to Achieve High Efficiency -- Link-By-Link Flow Control to Increase Quality of Control -- Per-VC Queueing to Achieve a High Degree of Fairness -- Rate-Based Flow Control -- CreditNet ATM SWITCH -- EXPERIMENTAL NETWORK CONFIGURATIONS -- MEASURED PERFORMANCE ON CREDITNET EXPERIMENTAL SWITCHES -- Summary and Concluding Remarks -- Acknowledgments -- References
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鏈接 Print version: Kung, H. T. Traffic Management for High-Speed Networks Washington, D.C. : National Academies Press,c1997 9780309057981
主題 Data transmission systems.;Telecommunication -- Traffic -- Management
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Alt Author Staff, Electrical Engineering and Comuputer Science
Staff, Harvard University
Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications Commission
Staff, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences
National Academy of Sciences,
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