Processor-Sharing Queues and Resource Sharing in Wireless LANs

S.K. Cheung

Abstract

In the past few decades, the processor-sharing (PS) model has received considerable attention in the queueing theory community and in the field of performance evaluation of computer and communication systems. The scarce resource is simultaneously shared among all users in these systems. PS models are used for modeling resource sharing mechanisms and have many applications in communication networks, as well as in logistics and manufacturing.
Original languageUndefined
Awarding Institution
  • University of Twente
Supervisors/Advisors
  • Boucherie, Richardus J., Supervisor
  • van den Berg, Hans Leo, Supervisor
Sponsors
Date of Award1 Jun 2007
Place of PublicationEnschede
Print ISBNs978-90-9021792-5
StatePublished - 1 Jun 2007

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Queueing theory
Telecommunication networks
Logistics
Communication systems
Computer systems

Keywords

  • processor-sharing (PS)
  • resource sharing mechanisms
  • MSC-60K25
  • MSC-60K37
  • MSC-68M20
  • MSC-90B18
  • MSC-90B22
  • METIS-241837
  • IR-57875
  • Approximations
  • EWI-10869
  • decomposition results
  • queueing fairness
  • Wireless Local Area Networks
  • generalized discriminatory PS
  • stochastic ordering results
  • temporary instability
  • time-fluctuating service capacity
  • discriminatory PS
  • egalitarian PS
  • MSC-60E15

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Enschede, 2007. 160 p.

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