EE555: "Broadband Networks Architecture"
Professor A. Zahid, Fall Semester 2007
HW#2: Due September 14
Reading Assignment
Chapter 8: Review
Chapter 4: Entire
Chapter 5: Entire
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This homework contains problems on basic Queuing analysis. Review
the material of Chapters 8 (sections 8.2 through Section 8.8) of
William Stalling's book and the set of charts we went through on
Friday. This material is part of EE465 (which is the Prerequisite of
EE555). If you have taken EE465, then this material should be quick
refreshment. If you have not taken EE465, then you need to
dedicate some time to comprehend this material.
Problem Assignment
1.
Chapter 8, Stallings Book, Problems 8.10, 8.11 and 8.17
2.
Suppose a company has a router with 10 interfaces (each at 10 Mbps) to its
ISP. Outgoing packets arrive to the router according to a Poisson
distribution with mean value,
λ
= 50,000 packets/sec. The packet lengths
are exponentially distributed with mean 1000 bits. When the outgoing
packets arrive at the router, they are "randomly" dispatched to one of the
10 interfaces. Suppose the router is capable of handling 100,000
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 Poisson Distribution, Mean, Probability theory, average number, average arrival rate, Professor A. Zahid

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