Study of discrete-time multiserver buffer models with correlated packet arrival processes

01 October 2008 → 30 September 2011
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Natural sciences
    • Applied mathematics in specific fields
    • Statistics and numerical methods
    • Computer architecture and networks
    • Distributed computing
    • Information sciences
    • Information systems
    • Programming languages
    • Scientific computing
    • Theoretical computer science
    • Visual computing
    • Other information and computing sciences
  • Engineering and technology
    • Communications
    • Communications technology
buffer behaviour performance studies correlated packet arrivals queueing theory
Project description

The goal of this project is to extend and refine the set of discrete-time buffer models that were studied in the course of my Phd research. This concerns buffer models that may have multiple transmission channels, with variable packet transmission times. New packet arrivals are generated by a so-called 'discrete-batch Markovian arrival process' (D-BMAP).