Admission Control and Routing Algorithms for ATM Networks
Final technical rept. Jul 94-Jul 97
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV PULLMAN WA SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
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In this research project, several issues related to providing Quality of Service QoS for command and control applications running on ATM networks were investigated. The QoS requirements are specified in terms of maximum delay, jitter, and cell loss probability. In this context, new AIM switch designs, algorithms for traffic control, routing, and multicasting were developed. Novel neural network based techniques for traffic characterization and admission control at the node and network levels were developed. A new multicast switch architecture was designed for use in high performance ATM networks and its performance as evaluated via simulation. New algorithms for efficiently routing ATM cells in input buffered switches were developed and their performance was evaluated.
- Computer Systems
- Command, Control and Communications Systems