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Queuing disciplines and passive congestion control in byte-stream networks

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1 Author(s)
Morgan, S.P. ; AT&T Bell Lab., Murray Hill, NJ, USA

The mean delay and throughput characteristics of various trunk queuing disciplines of the FIFO (first in, first out) and round-robin types for byte-stream data networks are investigated. It is shown that, under normal traffic, high-speed trunks substantially reduce queuing delays. Almost any queuing discipline will give acceptable delay if the backbone network is sufficiently faster than the access lines. In the absence of high-speed trunks, both the packet FIFO and the round-robin discipline can be augmented with a priority queue that expedites single-packet messages, which may carry network control signals or echoplex characters. In FIFO-type disciplines, the mean delays of messages that do not go through the priority queue depend on the overall message length distribution. A sprinkling of very long messages can significantly increase the mean delays of other messages. In disciplines of round-robin type, the mean delay of each message type is not affected by the presence of very long messages of other types

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Communications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:39 ,  Issue: 7 )

Date of Publication:

Jul 1991

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