Network Performance Modeling and Simulation
Jean Walrand, Kallol Bagchi, George Zobrist
CRC Press, 2019. gada 16. aug. - 332 lappuses
This book makes the argument that performance modeling and simulation have become central issues in computer science and engineering, in part due to applications to the structures comprising the Internet. Dealing primarily with theory, tools and techniques as related to communications systems, the volume provides tutorials and surveys and relates new important research results. Each chapter presents background information, describes and analyzes important work done in the field and provides direction to the reader on future work and further readings. The topics covered include traffic models for A TM networks, simulation environments, analytical methods, interprocessor communications, and an evaluation of process architectures.
1.5. rezultāts no 45.
... message to be delivered from source to destination . Throughput is the data rate which is maintained in the network . Both latency and throughput are strongly dependent on the network topology and routing algorithm . In this section ...
... Messages between processing nodes are routed through the paths set up by switching nodes . A dynamic network is usually an indirect network . For example , a multi - stage network often has its processors ( or memory ) at both ends of ...
... message can move forward , and deadlock results . Avoiding deadlock is critical in the data routing problem . We will discuss deadlock avoidance methods in Sec . 1.4 . Livelock The livelock situation occurs when a packet circulates in a ...
... message as soon as the header has been decoded and the next node on the route has been decided . If the header is blocked , the following flits are distributed in the intermediate nodes along the path . Virtual Cut - Through Routing ...
... messages can be forwarded from one buffer to the next according to a loop - free directed buffer graph which accommodates all the possible message routes ?? . The buffers can be organized so that they form a partial order . When a ...
2 Reusability Techniques for Building a Simulation Environment and Modeling Communications Systems
An Overview and an Example of Application
4 Traffic Modeling for ATM Networks
5 An Overview of Source Characterization in ATM Networks
6 Procedures for Estimating and Guaranteeing Delays in High Speed Communication Networks
7 BMAP Modeling of a Correlated Queue
8 Hierarchical Performance Modeling of Computer Communication Systems
9 A Framework for Measuring the Performance of Alternative Process Architectures for Parallelizing Communication Systems
A Prototyping and Modeling Tool for Communication Networks and Protocols
11 Network Reliability Evaluation
Notes on the Contributors