CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill Lee Giles Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract — It has been reported that Internet Protocol (IP) packet traffic exhibits self-similarity or long range dependence (LRD) and causes the degradation of switch performance Therefore it is crucial for an appropriate buffer design of a switch In this paper we investigate the packet loss behavior of the Mar 08 2012This article has nothing to do with SSAS performance unless your Cube is directly connecting to the Source data rather than using ETL to populate a Dimension Model or Data Warehouse Suggestiing these changes to a Source system is way out of context and in my experience cannot be done without permission from the Application owner of the Source

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CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill Lee Giles Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract — It has been reported that Internet Protocol (IP) packet traffic exhibits self-similarity or long range dependence (LRD) and causes the degradation of switch performance Therefore it is crucial for an appropriate buffer design of a switch In this paper we investigate the packet loss behavior of the

Performance Model Consider a three node WLAN based upon 802 11 running at 1 Mbps Using fragmentation for large sized packets improves the reliability of data exchange between the stations We also notice in this study that fragmentation may control the retransmissions and in turn the hidden node problem upto some extent

Nov 24 1995We present a four degrees of freedom model that accounts for all possible fragmentation mechanisms in the vibrational predissociation of the Ne 2 I 2 van der Waals cluster Calculations are performed by wave packet propagation and results are interpreted in terms of an analytical sequential model leading to a good agreement with experimental data

packet fragmentation and propose a joint-adaptation mechanism that is simple to implement and has near-optimal performance Numerical results reveal that fragmentation has a greater impact than AMC on the delay and loss performance for marginal links and that the proposed joint-adaptation strategy is efficient for high-rate wireless networks

Dec 15 2008Analytical models for evaluating the average packet delay performance of each ring node when guard-time is considered are developed in Section 3 Section 4 validates the accuracy of the proposed model by comparing the analytical results with those obtained using simulations Finally concluding remarks are made in Section 5 2

A study of the length effect of fiber delay line based on

Dec 15 2008Analytical models for evaluating the average packet delay performance of each ring node when guard-time is considered are developed in Section 3 Section 4 validates the accuracy of the proposed model by comparing the analytical results with those obtained using simulations Finally concluding remarks are made in Section 5 2

(LRD) and causes the degradation of switch performance Therefore it is crucial for an appropriate buffer design of a switch In this paper we investigate the packet loss behavior of the asynchronous switch under self-similar variable length packet traffic by modeling it as / /1/ MMPP M K queueing

What is the performance impact of fragmentation on thin disks? To answer this question let's first take a look at two types of fragmentation that can affect the VMFS-3 file system: internal and external Internal Fragmentation Internal fragmentation occurs when the file system allocates a block for a file but the file doesn't use the

Since the size of this packet is 623 bytes less than the MTU size (1500 bytes) there is no fragmentation However increasing the SQL*Net packet size can increase performance as a larger packet transforms across the network packet 2 _ 623 (data) + 40 (TCP/IP header) + 1 padding (byte) + 14 (Ethernet header) = 678 data (bytes)

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill Lee Giles Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract — It has been reported that Internet Protocol (IP) packet traffic exhibits self-similarity or long range dependence (LRD) and causes the degradation of switch performance Therefore it is crucial for an appropriate buffer design of a switch In this paper we investigate the packet loss behavior of the

The network packet size option improves network performance when network protocols support larger packets Client applications can override this value You can also call OLE DB Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) and DB-Library functions request a change the packet size

Jan 13 2020VERSION: Version of the IP protocol (4 bits) which is 4 for IPv4 HLEN: IP header length (4 bits) which is the number of 32 bit words in the header The minimum value for this field is 5 and the maximum is 15 Type of service: Low Delay High Throughput Reliability (8 bits) Total Length: Length of header + Data (16 bits) which has a minimum value 20 bytes and the maximum is 65 535 bytes

Nov 24 1995We present a four degrees of freedom model that accounts for all possible fragmentation mechanisms in the vibrational predissociation of the Ne 2 I 2 van der Waals cluster Calculations are performed by wave packet propagation and results are interpreted in terms of an analytical sequential model leading to a good agreement with experimental data

Downlink performance analysis for broadband wireless

May 01 2013Fig 7 shows the mean number of packets in the BS queue and Fig 8 shows theoretical and simulation results for the mean packet delay with and without MAC fragmentation as a function of the traffic intensity λ T frame for b = 2 Note that simulation results in the no fragmentation case with FIFO discipline have been collected on a frame basis to be consistent with the analytical approach

performance and packet fragmentation efcienc y Finally the obtained results are summarized in Section VII II DCF in Saturation Now we briey outline the DCF scheme considering only the aspects that are exhibited in saturation This scheme is described in detail in [16] Under the DCF data packets are transferred in general via two methods

In this study the values of the forward link and reverse link are merged to evaluate packet-loss rate and packet reordering rate When using OneProbe we should set some parameters with appropriate values As shown in Table 1 z refers to the size of the packets that will be captured for performance analysis

Packet fragmentation in the performance of a VANET 3 1 Highway Model Setup The model specifications which are used to evaluate and analyze the effects of workload (packet size and packet rate) on the performance on highway VANET scenario as a case study is shown below: • The simulated area is a 6500m straight

models are better than others for including scale distances relative to each other and the sun etc If possible use students' suggestions to produce an initial class model of the solar system Obtaining/Evaluating Students obtain additional information needed to transition their initial planet model to an entire solar system model