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A study on the model for performance management of ATM network based on the virtual path concept

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2 Author(s)
Kyu-Ho Kim ; Dept. od Office Autom., Seoul Health Junior Coll., South Korea ; Kuk-Kyun Cho

The performance of the computer network may differ according to various parameters such as routing, bandwidth and timers. Since the condition under which a network actually operates may change from that considered at the design step, control and management action are required to adjust the network parameter so that the performance of network is satisfied. This paper presents the design of a performance management model for improving network performance by on-line adjustment of protocol parameters such as routing table or bandwidth. And a case study of implementation on ATM network topology is presented

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Information Networking, 1998. (ICOIN-12) Proceedings., Twelfth International Conference on

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21-23 Jan 1998

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