Az MTA SZTAKI Rendszer- és Irányításelméleti Kutató Laboratóriuma és a BME Közlekedés Automatika Tanszéke közösen meghív minden érdeklődőt

T. Gyires
Illinois State University

Using active networking for congestion control in high - speed networks with self-similar traffic című előadására

2000. július 27-én, 11 órai kezdettel
az MTA SZTAKI Kende utcai Nagytanácstermébe


Various papers discuss the impact of burstiness on network congestion. Their conclusions are that congested periods can be quite long with packet losses that are heavily concentrated. Several conventional methods have been implemented to avoid congestion, such as traffic shaping, end-to- end feedback congestion control systems. e.t.c.. These methods are not responsive enough to the varying bandwidth and network delay caused by bursty traffic. The objective of our talk is to describe a new algorithm to avoid congestion without the negative effect of the traditional methods. A model developed under Compuware^Ňs COMNET the discrete event simulation system, illustrates the algorithm. The model is based on real traffic collected in an ATM network.