Publication detail

Virtual Output Queuing

ŠKORPIL, V. ZEDNÍČEK, P.

Original Title

Virtual Output Queuing

English Title

Virtual Output Queuing

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

A new model of the active network element controlled by neural networks has been designed. They are described the Virtual Output Queuing Manager (VOQM) blocks in this paper. They manage and group together virtual output queues. The number of queues in each block depends on the number of ports. Each VOQM has been set a unique input port number which it serves and which is used for packet addressing. The settings are made using the graphical dialog, where you can assign the already mentioned port number, the maximum number of saved packages and their maximum length.

English abstract

A new model of the active network element controlled by neural networks has been designed. They are described the Virtual Output Queuing Manager (VOQM) blocks in this paper. They manage and group together virtual output queues. The number of queues in each block depends on the number of ports. Each VOQM has been set a unique input port number which it serves and which is used for packet addressing. The settings are made using the graphical dialog, where you can assign the already mentioned port number, the maximum number of saved packages and their maximum length.

Keywords

Network element, Neural network, Simulation, Virtual Output Queuning

RIV year

2011

Released

08.02.2011

Publisher

NAUN

Location

Athens

Pages from

10

Pages to

17

Pages count

8

BibTex


@article{BUT75300,
  author="Vladislav {Škorpil} and Petr {Zedníček}",
  title="Virtual Output Queuing",
  annote="A new model of the active network element controlled by neural networks has been designed. They are described the Virtual Output Queuing Manager (VOQM) blocks in this paper. They manage and group together virtual output queues. The number of queues in each block depends on the number of ports. Each VOQM has been set a unique input port number which it serves and which is used for packet addressing. The settings are made using the graphical dialog, where you can assign the already mentioned port number, the maximum number of saved packages and their maximum length.",
  address="NAUN",
  chapter="75300",
  institution="NAUN",
  number="1",
  volume="5",
  year="2011",
  month="february",
  pages="10--17",
  publisher="NAUN",
  type="journal article - other"
}