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Multiple-bus local networks (MBLNs) provide an architecturally simple solution to serve high-reliability high-capacity local area networks applications. Access mechanisms for MBLNs possessing stability and favorable delay characteristics are developed. A technique is proposed that uses a single explicit token to achieve demand-assignment multiple access (DAMA) to arbitrate access on all buses i
access mechanisms; distributed demand assignment; multiple-bus local networks; high-reliability high-capacity local area networks applications; MBLNs; stability; delay characteristics; token; demand-assignment multiple access; DAMA; buses; performance; hybrid; carrier-sense multiple access with collision detection; CSMA-CD; hybrid algorithm; colliding messages; token-passing; local area networks; token networks.

V. Karmarkar and J. Kuhl, "An Integrated Approach to Distributed Demand Assignment in Multiple-Bus Local Networks," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 38, no. , pp. 679-695, 1989.
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