Channels that cooperatively service a data stream and voice messages, I
Gaver, Donald Paul
Lehoczky, John P.
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A system of channels cooperatively services both voice and data messages arriving at one node of a communications network. This paper is devoted to the analysis of a particular channel-sharing strategy, in which voice traffic always occupies its channels when available, but data service is allowed to occur on empty voice channels. Voice traffic is taken to be of high priority; voice arrivals that find all voice channels busy are treated as losses. Note that voice traffic will be relatively infrequent as compared to data, and will also exhibit relatively long holding (service) times. Data traffic is taken to be heavy, and exhibits very short holding times (per word unit): compared to voice, data appears to arrive nearly continuously; when all data (and empty voice) channels are filled, queueing occurs
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