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Assume you have a priority queue with two classes of service. The high priority class has a current average delay performance D, while sharing the...

Assume you have a priority queue with two classes of service. The high priority class has a current average delay performance D, while sharing the system with the lower priority class. Assume now that the lower priority class doubles its packet length (and consequently doubles the lower priority packets' processing time). Will the delay performance for the higher priority class be affected? Discuss the case of preemptive versus non-preemptive priority. Justify your answer.

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