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Test bed computer network centralized core and distributed inner core simulation protocol organization, development, and performance evaluation realizing a neural network forecaster

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2 Author(s)
Niznik, C.A. ; NW Syst., Rochester, NY, USA ; Frank, J.

The basic computer network testbed facility centralized core distributed inner core (CCDIC) simulation protocol characteristics are an emulation of real time, heavy load, simultaneous, synchronous and asynchronous parallel inputs in a deadlock and livelock free, contention resolved manner. The centralized distributed stars topology representation of the testbed configuration enables network growth with a topology comfortable to congestion prevention and control at various levels of service. The CCDIC protocol, a congestion-controlled, buffer management protocol, prevents the throughput degradation which is allowed to occur in the discrete event simulation illustrated in the performance comparison. A neural network forecaster protocol, within the CCDIC simulation framework, enables intelligent decision processes. The geometric CCDIC protocol structure enforces optimal Ada CCDIC software implementation for execution of message operation on processors and connectivity between analyzer resources

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Military Communications Conference, 1991. MILCOM '91, Conference Record, Military Communications in a Changing World., IEEE

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4-7 Nov 1991

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