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Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks

  • Demetres D. Kouvatsos
Book ATM 1994

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Traffic Models and Characterization

  3. Traffic Control

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 55-55
    2. Jürgen Enssle, Uwe Briem, Hans Kröner
      Pages 57-72
    3. M. Ajmone Marsan, T. V. Do, L. Jereb, R. Lo Cigno, R. Pasquali, A. Tonietti
      Pages 105-132
  4. Routing and Optimization

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 133-133
    2. Michał Pióro, Piotr Gajowniczek
      Pages 135-146
    3. F. K. Liotopoulos, S. Chalasani
      Pages 147-176
    4. Sandeep Sharma, Ioannis Viniotis
      Pages 208-223
  5. Methodology and ATM Switching

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 225-225
    2. J. M. Fourneau, N. Pekergin, H. Taleb
      Pages 227-244
    3. André-Luc Beylot, Iosefina Kohlenberg, Monique Becker
      Pages 245-260
    4. Demetres Kouvatsos, Rod Fretwell, János Sztrik
      Pages 261-284

About this book

Introduction

Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) networks are widely considered to be the new generation of high speed communication systems both for broadband public information highways and for local and wide area private networks. ATM is designed to integrate existing and future voice, audio, image and data services. Moreover, ATM aims to simplify the complexity of switching and buffer management, to optimise intermediate node processing and buffering and to limit transmission delays. However, to support such diverse services on one integrated communication network, it is most essential, through careful engineering, to achieve a fruitful balance amongst the conflicting requirements of different quality of service constraints ensuring that one service does not have adverse implications on another. Over recent years there has been a great deal of progress in research and development of ATM technology, but there are still many interesting and important problems to be resolved such as traffic characterisation and control, routing and optimisation, ATM switching techniques and the provision of quality of service. This book presents thirty-two research papers, both from industry and academia, reflecting latest original achievements in the theory and practice of performance modelling of ATM networks worldwide. These papers were selected, subject to peer review, from those submitted as extended and revised versions out of fifty-nine shorter papers presented at the Second IFIP Workshop on "Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks" July 4-7, 1994, Bradford University. At least three referees from the scientific committee and externally were involved in the selection of each paper.

Keywords

ATM Asynchronous Transfer Mode Information Quality of Service Quality of Service (QoS) Routing Switch Switching network management

Editors and affiliations

  • Demetres D. Kouvatsos
    • 1
  1. 1.University of BradfordBradfordUK

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