Transient Analysis of a Tandem Communication Network With Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation Having Two Stage Direct Bulk Arrivals

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Executive Summary

Communication network models play a dominant role in optimal utilization of resources. The need for congestion control and to improve quality of service, it is needed to design new communication networks. With this motivation, a two node communication network with Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation (DBA) having two stage Bulk Arrivals (BA) is introduced and analyzed. The statistical multiplexing of the communication network is developed by characterizing the arrival of packets with compound Poisson process and the transmission completions with Poisson processes. To avoid burstness in buffers, the dynamic bandwidth allocation is adapted utilizing the idle bandwidth in the transmitter depending on content of the buffer.

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