Dynamic Demultiplexing in Network Calculus - Theory and Application

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Executive Summary

During the last two decades, starting with the seminal work by Cruz, network calculus has evolved as a new theory for the performance analysis of networked systems. In contrast to classical queuing theory, it deals with performance bounds instead of average values and thus has been the theoretical basis of quality of service proposals such as the IETF's Integrated and Differentiated Services architectures. Besides these it has, however, recently seen many other application scenarios as, for example, wireless sensor networks, switched Ethernets, avionic networks, systems-on-chip, or even to speed-up simulations, to name a few.

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