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Distributed Medium Access Control (MAC) is essential for a wireless network without a central controller. In previous work of the authors, a distributed MAC scheme has been proposed to achieve guaranteed priority and enhanced fairness performance. For a wireless network, the service time distribution at the MAC sub-layer is important for performance analysis (e.g., in terms of packet delay, packet dropping rate, and admission region) at the network layer, because the network layer performance is largely dependent on the high-order time-domain statistics of the service provided by the MAC sub-layer.
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