Simulation of File Arrivals and Departures on Buffer sizing in Access Routers

International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT)          
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Volume-3 Issue-6                           
Year of Publication : 2012
Authors :Sivasubramanyam Mopidevi, S Narayana.


Sivasubramanyam Mopidevi, S Narayana."Simulation of File Arrivals and Departures on Buffer sizing in Access Routers "International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT),V3(6):586-573 Issue 2012 .ISSN Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.

Abstract: -Engineering distributed systems is a challenging activity. This is partly due to their intrinsic complexity, and partly due to the practical obstacles that developers face when evaluating and adjusting their design and implementation decisions. This paper aims to design framework to automate experiments. Keeping all facts, experiment automation framework is designed in a generic and programmable way to be used with different types of distributed systems for wide-ranging experimental goals. The models are used by generative techniques to automate construction of a control system for deploying, executing, and post-processing the specific experiment. We have validated our approaches by performing experiments with a variety of distributed systems on different test beds to achieve wide-ranging experimental goals.


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KeywordsGenerative Programming, Simulation, Distributed systems, Framework