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# HW1F11 - Homework Assignment#1 Due 9/19 at 5:00pm EE122...

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2 When the flows are each given one slot per frame, any frame in which a flow sends more than one packet results in the excess packet(s) being dropped. When n flows share their slots, any frame in which the flows collectively send more than n packets in a frame results in the excess packet(s) being dropped. We consider a set of flows that all have the following identical probabilistic sending behavior: in each frame, a flow sends, with equal probability, either zero, one, or two packets. That is, with probability 1/3 rd it sends zero packets, with probability 1/3 rd it sends one packet, and with probability 1/3 rd it sends two packets. We now consider the following four cases: i) n=1: consider the case where each flow gets a single slot per frame. What fraction of its packets is dropped?
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