Queuing Theory and Traffic Analysis. Based on Slides by Richard Martin. Queuing theory . View network as collections of queues FIFO data-structures Queuing theory provides probabilistic analysis of these queues Examples: Average length Probability queue is at a certain length
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to limit loss probability to less than 1 in a million: