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Title: End-to-end performance of interconnected LANs
Authors: Berg, B.
H Deng, R. 
Keywords: computer simulation
interconnected LANs
mean value analysis
Issue Date: Mar-1991
Citation: Berg, B.,H Deng, R. (1991-03). End-to-end performance of interconnected LANs. Computer Communications 14 (2) : 105-112. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The end-to-end performance of interconnected local area networks (LAN) is studied. The system uses bridges to connect distributed LANs through a high-speed communication link. The interconnected system is modelled as a single-chain and multiple-chain closed queueing system. Based on the MVA (mean value analysis) method, an iterative algorithm is proposed to calculate the end-to-end performance (intra-LAN and inter-LAN throughput and average message delays). The impacts of various system parameters such as window size, bridge processing time and the communication link capacity on the end-to-end performance, are investigated. Finally, the analytical results are verified by computer simulations. © 1991.
Source Title: Computer Communications
ISSN: 01403664
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