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Feasibility-study of a multiplexing strategy in road transport informatics for short range MRNs

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2 Author(s)
W. Kremer ; Inst. of Comput. Sci., Acachen Univ. of Technol., Germany ; R. Hager

The study of special applications in the field of road transport informatics (RTI) leads to suitable multiplexing algorithms for the corresponding traffic load. Therefore the authors compare several different strategies for statistical multiplexers by means of simulation in real-time environment. According to special applications in the new field of road transport informatics (RTI) in short range mobile radio networks (SR-MRNs), the different message types and their characteristics (e.g., arrival rate, real-time, amount of data etc.) are described. Based on that the authors examine a new adaptive priority-oriented multiplexing algorithm concerning its behaviour in comparison to common strategies. The efficiency of APS (adaptive priority-oriented scheduling) compared with common strategies depends on the applications and their traffic load

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Applied Computing, 1991., [Proceedings of the 1991] Symposium on

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3-5 Apr 1991