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A storage model with self-similar input. (English) Zbl 0811.68059

Summary: A storage model with self-similar input process is studied. A relation coupling together the storage requirement, the achievable utilization and the output rate is derived. A lower bound for the complementary distribution function of the storage level is given.

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68M10 Network design and communication in computer systems
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