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Analysis of Maximum Size Matching scheduling algorithm (MSM) in input-queued switches under uniform traffic. Neda Beheshti and Mohsen Bayati {nbehesht, bayati} @stanford.edu

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Analysis of Maximum Size Matching scheduling algorithm (MSM) in input-queued switches under uniform traffic

Neda Beheshti and Mohsen Bayati

{nbehesht, bayati} @stanford.edu

EE384Y Project May 25, 2004

outline
Outline
  • Motivation
  • Previous work
  • The Lyapunov function and Foster’s Criteria
  • Final words
  • References

EE384Y Project May 25, 2004

the lyapunov function
The Lyapunov function
  • Consider the following function

EE384Y Project May 25, 2004

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It can be written in matrix form:

For example if N = 2, assuming:

Then we would have:

EE384Y Project May 25, 2004

foster s criteria
Foster’s criteria

Consider the following random variables:

No let’s denote arrival and departure vectors with A(n) and D(n), hence:

Now looking at the last two terms the second one is a bounded function, so in order to check

Foster’s criteria we need to show the first one can become very negative as queue sizes get

large. Call this term B.

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Arrival traffic is uniform with rate , hence:

We also have:

So B is now equal to:

Now using we only need to show for all i,j:

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Using symmetry we only need to show the inequality for one queue say

Now let and then the inequality

reduces to:

Consider the following three types of maximum size matchings:

a) The black edge + k green edges for then

b)Twored edges + k greed edges: for then

c)One red edge + k green edges: for then

For a, b we have:

For any type c matching, MSM chooses a type c matching with equal probability.

(Because we assume MSM chooses one of maximum matchings at random)

And for any type a there can be at most N-k+1 different type c

hence:

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Is L(n) non-negative ?

Answer: For N = 2,3,4 yes. So it’s a Lyapunov function.

When N = 2,

positive semidefinite

matrix

Similarly for N=3, 4 we can write P as sum of a positive semidefinite matrix and a matrix

whose entires are nonnegative, and this is enough to show L(n) is not negative.

final word
Final word
  • We showed MSM is stable under uniform traffic for and input queued switches.
  • For arrival traffic we only need the following assumptions.