Network Calculus

Network Calculus is a collection of results based on Min-Plus algebra, which applies to deterministic queuing systems found in communication networks. It can be used for example to understand - the computations for delays used in the IETF guaranteed service - why re-shaping delays can be ignored in shapers or spacer-controllers - a common model for schedulers - deterministic effective bandwidth and much more.

    Keywords: Network Calculus


    • LCA-BOOK-2001-001

    Record created on 2004-08-31, modified on 2016-08-08

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