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ON/OFF Sources in an Interconnection Network: Performance Analysis when Packets are Routed to the Shortest Queue of two Randomly Selected Nodes

Abstract

The authors investigate a system with N servers and with N sources connected with the servers. A sources can be in state «on» or «off». In state «on» the source generates the Poisson flow of packets of rate $\lb$. The service time of a packet is distributed exponentially with mean one. Upon its arrival a packet is directed to the server with the shortest queues of the following two servers: the server where the packet has been generated and another randomly selected server. The queue length probability as N \to \infty$ is investigated.
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inria-00073111 , version 1 (24-05-2006)

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Philippe Jacquet, Nikita Vvedenskaya. ON/OFF Sources in an Interconnection Network: Performance Analysis when Packets are Routed to the Shortest Queue of two Randomly Selected Nodes. [Research Report] RR-3570, INRIA. 1998. ⟨inria-00073111⟩
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