Analysis of feedback fluid queues

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Abstract

We consider the stationary behaviour of a class of feedback fluid queues. A feedback fluid queue is a natural generalisation of the well-known Markov modulated fluid queue. The essential difference is that the current state of the fluid buffer influences the behaviour of the regulating process. Therefore these models are relevant for the performance evaluation of certain regulation mechanisms in telecommunications access networks. Typically, the enable the analysis of mechanisms in which the content of a buffer is driven by some source process, while the source process itself is influences by feedback signals coming from the buffer. We write down the differential equations governing the stationary distribution for a large class of these models, and subsequently solve them using the spectral method. The unknown parameters in the solution are determined by an equal number of boundary conditions.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication14th ITC Specialists Seminar on Access Networks and Systems
EditorsO. Casals, O. González Soto
Place of PublicationWürzburg, Germany
PublisherUniversity of Würzburg
Pages215-220
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 25 Apr 2001
Event14th ITC-Specialists Seminar on Access Networks and Systems 2001 - Girona, Spain
Duration: 25 Apr 200127 Apr 2001
Conference number: 14
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Conference

Conference14th ITC-Specialists Seminar on Access Networks and Systems 2001
CountrySpain
CityGirona
Period25/04/0127/04/01
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Keywords

  • Fluid queue
  • Buffer content
  • Feedback
  • Spectral method

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    Scheinhardt, W. R. W. (2001). Analysis of feedback fluid queues. In O. Casals, & O. González Soto (Eds.), 14th ITC Specialists Seminar on Access Networks and Systems (pp. 215-220). Würzburg, Germany: University of Würzburg.