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packet loss probability −2 k=0.5 k=1 k=2 k=4 k=8 −0.5 log (α) 2 Fig. 6. Probability of packet loss vs. log2 (α), comparing different parameter values of the gamma distribution for source packet interarrival time. The horizontal bars indicate 95 ... = 1/14. The probability of packet loss is shown for various values ... with a standard deviation larger than its mean value, so that the packet trafﬁc is nonsmooth


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of loss rates for successive classes (e)(h). The target value for the ratios ... 6(a)(d), and the ratios of loss rates of successive classes for JoBS (optimization), JoBS (heuristic ... and ratios of loss rates present averages over moving time windows of size 0.1 s 5 , while the absolute delay values are plotted for each packet traversing the system


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packet loss probability −1 optimal α, t max LDF, tmax=10 EDF, tmax=10 optimal α, tmax=20 LDF, tmax=20 EDF, tmax=20 optimal α, tmax=30 LDF, tmax=30 EDF, tmax=30 =10 −2 λ Figure 11: Probability of packet loss vs. λ, comparing optimal α against LDF ... 5. In this case, the probabilities of packet loss in LDF, EDF, and the optimized MLA, are 0.20, 0.11, and 0.071, respectively. Thus, the amount of loss packets in optimized MLA ... ation on the optimal value of α. Figures 1012 correspond to Figures


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7 and 8 present the probability of packet loss with the optimal α, and compare it with those of the LDF and EDF schemes, where the same ranges of values for λ and tmax as in Section ... −1 packet loss probability −2 optimal α, tmax=10 LDF, tmax=10 EDF, tmax=10 optimal α, tmax=20 LDF, tmax=20 EDF, tmax=20 optimal α, tmax=30 LDF, tmax=30 EDF, t =30 max −3 −4 λ Figure 7: Probability of packet loss vs. λ, comparing optimal α ... values, against the LDF (i.e., α = 0) and EDF (i.e., α = ∞) schemes, where either


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7 and 8 present the probability of packet loss with the optimal α, and compare it with those of the LDF and EDF schemes, where the same ranges of values for λ and tmax as in Section ... optimal α, λ=0.2 LDF, λ=0.2 EDF, λ=0.2 optimal α, λ=0.4 LDF, λ=0.4 EDF, λ=0.4 −1 packet loss probability −2 −3 t max Figure 8: Probability of packet loss vs. tmax , comparing optimal α against LDF and EDF. ... values, against the LDF (i.e., α = 0) and EDF (i.e., α = ∞) schemes, where either


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Figure 9 shows the probability of packet loss as a function of σ, for hmax ... when σ increases from 0.2 to 0.6, for all cases of α, the packet loss probability ... the probabilities of packet loss in LDF, EDF, and the optimized MLA, are 0.20, 0.11, and 0


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and tmax , we compute the probability of packet loss for a series of α values, ranging ... We are interested in the probability of packet loss with ranking function ... the probability of packet loss, are presented in Figure 7. represented by λs , becomes nearly


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to higher probability of packets loss. On the other hand, higher probability of packet loss, which is forcing the retransmission of lost packets, is also expected ... , a higher packet loss probability will force the retransmission of packets


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we plot the packet loss probability against the contentionarea external packet ... time with a standard deviation larger than its mean value, so that the packet ... setting hmax = 10, tmax = 20, and λs = 1/14. The probability of packet loss is shown


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to higher probability of packets loss. On the other hand, higher probability of packet loss, which is forcing the retransmission of lost packets, is also expected ... , a higher packet loss probability will force the retransmission of packets

