We have added a guideline for the final report.
This year's project will be about simulating a queuing network and evaluating its performance. Queuing networks are an essential component of our communication and a model close to reality is an important, yet challenging subject.
An important aspect will be the construction of particular modules of which the network will be composed. We plan to implement arrival (memoryless, self-similar) traffic and scheduling properties (FIFO, priority queue) in order to mimic different kinds of networks.
Official module entry: [89-4245] INF-42-45-L-6
|Nov 22, 5.30pm||Kickoff Meeting|
|Jan 10, 3.30pm||I. Introduction to Queueing Theory|
|Jan 17, 3.30pm||II. Limited Buffers and Multiple Servers|
|Jan 24, 3.30pm||III. Queueing Networks|
|Jan 31, 3.30pm|
|Feb 7, 3.30pm||IV. Intro to Stochastic Network Calculus|
|Feb 16, 3.30pm||V. SNC-e2e Analysis|
|Feb 21, 3.30pm||Final Presentation|
All the solutions have to submitted until next week's Tuesday, 11.59pm.
You can find a guideline for the final report here (PDF). Deadline is March 8, 11.59pm.
The project will be presented on Monday, March 5, starting at 2pm.
|Sachinkumar Bavikatti Mallikarjun|
Previous programming knowledge is required (we will use C++). You should also be interested in queuing networks ;-)
It will be a group project. We will decide on the group sizes based on the number of participants.