Packet Loss

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Queuing Delay and Packet Loss
Queuing Delay and Packet Loss

The most complex and interesting element of nodal delay is the queuing delay, dqueue. In reality, queuing delay is so important and interesting in computer networking that thousands of papers and several books have been written about it [Bertsekas 1991; Daigle 1991; Kleinrock 1975, 1976; Ross 1995].

Tags packet loss, queuing delay, computer networking
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Throughput in Computer Networks
Throughput in Computer Networks

As well as delay and packet loss, another critical performance measure in computer networks is end-to-end throughput. To describe throughput, consider transferring a large file from Host A to Host B across a computer network. This transfer might be, for instance, a large

Tags packet loss, throughput, communication links
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Output Ports
Output Ports

Output port processing, shown in Switching Fabric Figure 2, takes the packets that have been stored in the output ports memory and transmits them over the outgoing link. The data link protocol processing and line termination are the send-side link- and physical-layer

Tags switch fabric, packet loss, router, traffic load, packet scheduler
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