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|Title:||TERMINAL BUFFER BEHAVIOUR IN A RANDOM ACCESS SATELLITE PACKET NETWORK|
|Authors:||Narang, Navin Kumar|
|Keywords:||ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING;TERMINAL BUFFER BEHAVIOUR;RANDOM ACCESS SATELLITE;PACKET NETWORK|
|Abstract:||There has been a wide growing Interest in the field of Satellite Packet broadcasting tec ic, en for Cuter Commu.. ,cations. The Random Access Schemes offer .+ ue potentia.. tees but are unstable and reltzire control acU n. Vara stat aig and dynamic control policies have been presented in the last few years. Kernel and Nahnioudo have analyzed these policies sed we stressed the role of the Transmit buffer in the implomention of an optimal control policy. They have wed the case of sti infinite Sue buffer. In this work the role of a finite size buffer through af.riilation and ancysis has been invstigated. An input control procedure boi'n as over .ow de r.monitor g (0) has been presentee,|
|Research Supervisor/ Guide:||Mehra, D. K.|
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