Telecommunications & Networking (TCOM)

TCOM 601 Advanced Networking Modeling and Analysis

Traffic management and call admission: traffic characterization traffic shaping, admission control, statistical multiplexing, effective bandwidth. Scheduling: fair queuing, rate-controlled service disciplines. Buffer management: pushout, threshold, random early detection, sharing mechanisms (complete partitioning, complete sharing, hybrids), coupling buffer management and scheduling. Markov decision process and application in resource allocation (memory, badwidth allocation). Switching: input queuing, output queuing, shared memory, combined input/output queuing. Maximum throughout in input queued switches, emulating output queuing with input queuing via speedup. Building larger switches: CIOS networks, banyan netowrks, etc. TCP modeling.

Course not offered every year

Prerequisite: TCOM 501

Activity: Lecture

1 Course Unit

TCOM 770 TCOM Seminar

Course not offered every year

Activity: Seminar

1 Course Unit