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Switched bath Bernoulli process (SBBP) and the discrete-time SBBP/G/1 queue with application to statistical multiplexer performance

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3 Author(s)
O. Hashida ; Graduate Sch. of Syst. Manage., Tsukuba Univ., Tokyo, Japan ; Y. Takahashi ; S. Shimogawa

A doubly stochastic point process is proposed and analyzed. It is a switched batch Bernoulli process (SBBP) for modeling bursty and correlated input to discrete-time queuing systems. Through the investigation of the counting process, statistical characterization measures of the SBBP are explicitly obtained. A discrete-time single-server queue with SBBP input and general service time (SBBP/G/1) is then considered. The SBBP/G/1 queue has a potential applicability to a statistical multiplexer in the network. The supplementary variable technique is used to obtain the probability generating functions of performance measures in the SBBP/G/1 queue. It is shown how the SBBP is suitable for analyzing a discrete-time queue with bursty and correlated input

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IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 3 )