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A new paradigm for the service process in queueing systems, with applications in computer and communication networks.
Our objective is to derive closed-form results and/or fast numerical procedures to assess the main performance characteristics of the proposed queueing models, such as throughput, customer delay, system content, loss characteristics, etc., and to apply these results in a number of relevant areas such as Cognitive Radio, Medium Access Control and server farms.
Date:1 Jan 2014 → 31 Dec 2017
Keywords:COMPUTER NETWORKS, MODEL BASED DESIGN, PROBABILITY THEORY
Disciplines:Applied mathematics in specific fields, Computer architecture and networks, Distributed computing, Information sciences, Information systems, Programming languages, Scientific computing, Theoretical computer science, Visual computing, Other information and computing sciences
Project type:Collaboration project