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### EE549_ps2solns_spring08web

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OF UNIVERSITY SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, SPRING 2008 1 EE549: Problem Set #2 Solutions I. D EPARTURES a) (See Fig. 1). The total departures before time t is dened as D(t). These departures represent packets that D(t) were fully served (in FIFO order), and the service times thus expended a total time of i=1 Si throughout the interval [0, t]. It follows that this time duration is less than or equal to t. S1 0 S2 S3...

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