Performance Evaluation and Control of Distributed Computer Communication Networks.
Annual rept. 1 Jul 82-30 Jun 83,
CALIFORNIA UNIV LOS ANGELES DEPT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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During the 198283 first year performance-period under this Grant, research investigations have been carried out leading to significant results, of both theoretical and practical importance. A large multitude of computer communication network architectures, models and control schemes have been developed, analyzed and evaluated. In particular, results have been obtained in the following areas priority-based Time Division Multiple Access schemes dynamic random-access procedures, with applications to local area networks and to local distribution and packet-radio networks hybrid multiple-access schemes polling, adaptive polling and probing access-control techniques buffer capacity constrained multi-access systems network topological analysis local area network topological analysis local area network protocols integrated packet and circuit networksintegrated routing and flow control.
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