Data and Computer Communications. Chapter 13 – Congestion in Data Networks. Eighth Edition by William Stallings Lecture slides by Lawrie Brown. Congestion in Data Networks.
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Chapter 13 – Congestion in Data Networks
by William Stallings
Lecture slides by Lawrie Brown
At St. Paul's a great throng crammed the platform. She saw a sea of faces, each stamped with a kind of purposeful, hungry urgency, a determination to get into this train. As before, when she was on the Northern Line, she thought there must be some rule, some operating law, that would stop more than a limited, controlled number getting in. Authority would appear and stop it.
—King Solomon's Carpet, Barbara Vine (Ruth Rendell)
VCCs 1 and 2 experience a performance that depends on VPCs b and c. This may differ from the performance experienced by VCCs 3, 4, and 5