A diffusion approximation model for a communication system allowing message interference
Gaver, Donald Paul
Lehoczky, John P.
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Mathematical probability models are presented to describe the service furnished to messages approaching c communications channels, on which messages in progress may be 'destroyed' by an attempted access by a new message. Re-tries by destroyed messages are modeled. Numerical results, using the models, are compared to simulations, validating model usefulness. (Author)
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