Analytical and stochastic modeling techniques and by Khalid Al-Begain, Dieter Fiems, Gábor Horváth

By Khalid Al-Begain, Dieter Fiems, Gábor Horváth

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the sixteenth overseas convention on Analytical and Stochastic Modeling thoughts and purposes, ASMTA 2009, held in Madrid, Spain, in June 2009 together with ECMS 2009, the 23nd ecu convention on Modeling and Simulation.

The 27 revised complete papers awarded have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from fifty five submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on telecommunication networks; instant & cellular networks; simulation; quueing structures & distributions; queueing & scheduling in telecommunication networks; version checking & approach algebra; functionality & reliability research of assorted systems.

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We observe that both systems recognize the congestion event on Path3 during interval [44, 46] and on the next switching event in 46 both switch to the best alterative after that path, Path2. Besides, once Path3 has recovered from temporal congestion in 48, both systems have switched back to that path on the next switching event at time 50. 40 H. Hajabdolali Bazzaz and A. 4 Performance Evaluation under Lossy Links In order to analyze effects of lossy links in a wireless like environment, we assume that link <17, 18> losses packets with probability 40% during time interval [44, 48] (See Fig.

Lossy ones in a wireless like environment, on the efficiency of the systems. How Would Ants Implement an Intelligent Route Control System? 2 Performance Evaluation under Stationary Conditions Assuming the same propagation delay for all the links in the simulated network, Path3 has the lowest minimum round trip time (RTT) due to having minimum number of intermediate nodes between source node S and destination node 2; after that comes Path2 and finally Path1 which has the longest native delay. In this section, we examine the stationary scenario in which the underlying network paths are under low load and they are stable in terms of delay, packet loss and congestion.

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