A Linear System Approach to QoS Control

We present a novel service discipline, called linear service discipline, to serve multiple QoS queues sharing a bandwidth resource and analyze its properties. The linear server makes the output traffic and the queueing dynamics of individual queues as a linear function of its input traffic. In particular, if input traffic is Gaussian, the distributions of queue length and output traffic are also Gaussian with their mean and variance being a function of input mean and input power spectrum (equivalently, autocorrelation function of input). Important QoS measures including buffer overflow probability and queueing delay distribution are also expressed as a function of input mean and input power spectrum. Based on these analytical results, a simple measurement-based QoS control scheme is proposed and evaluated. This study points out a new direction for network-wide traffic management based on linear system theories by letting us view the queueing process at each node as a linear filter.
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2007-05
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ENG
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PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

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http://hdl.handle.net/10203/355
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