Issue No. 11 - November (1980 vol. 29)
N.K. Samari , Department of Computer Science, University of Minnesota
This paper describes the development of an analytic model for performance studies of distributed computer networks. The model factors each node of a network into processing and channel components and models each separately using M/D/r and M/M/l queues. The model also includes a correction factor to account for the nonexponential nature of the input to the channel component. Results produced by the model are compared with results previously reported in the literature to estimate the magnitude of improvement which can be expected.
queueing theory, Distributed systems, modeling, networks, performance analysis
N. Samari and G. Schneider, "A Queueing Theory-Based Analytic Model of a Distributed Computer Network," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 29, no. , pp. 994-1001, 1980.