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Using fuzzy logic in ATM source traffic control: lessons and perspectives

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4 Author(s)
V. Catania ; Catania Univ., Italy ; G. Ficili ; S. Palazzo ; D. Panno

Due to its capacity to capture human expertise and to formalize approximate reasoning processes, fuzzy logic can be a good answer to the many challenges of congestion control in ATM networks. The authors deal with the application of fuzzy logic to problems of usage parameter control and propose a simple mechanism which, avoiding complex mathematical calculations, guarantees low response times while remaining effective. The flexibility of the fuzzy control proposed is discussed with respect to the probability of facing various types of traffic sources, ranging from bursty to MPEG video

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IEEE Communications Magazine  (Volume:34 ,  Issue: 11 )