University of Kansas

Electrical Engineering & Computer Science


Sample Simulation Models


Sample Extend Models

  1. Example Network
  2. Example Network with Layers 1, 2, and 3 (one DLC)
  3. Example Network with Layers 1, 2, and 3 (two DLC's)
  4. Arrival Process
  5. Birth-Death Process (Average Number in System)
  6. Statistical Multiplexer (Average Delay)
  7. Three Sources with Three isolated l Statistical Multiplexer
  8. One Link Three Sources Statistical Multiplexer
  9. M/M/K Model
  10. Statistical Multiplexer with Finite Buffer (M/M/1/N)
  11. Statistical Multiplexer with Finite Buffer with Throughput Measurement (M/M/1/N)
  12. Telephone Model (M/M/K/K)
  13. Statistical Multiplexer-Delay vs Load Study (Example of Use of Extend Database and Write to Excel)
  14. Statistical Multiplexer-Confidence Interval Using Replication
  15. Statistical Multiplexer-Confidence Interval Using Batch Means
  16. Statistical Multiplexer with Non-preemptive Priority
  17. Router Output Port with Integrated Traffic
  18. Token Ring Model
  19. Token Ring with Exhaustive Service
  20. Stop and Wait Data Link Control Protocol
  21. Stop and Wait Data Link Control Protocol with Errors and Fixed Length Packets and No Packet Queue
  22. Stop and Wait Data Link Control Protocol with Fixed Length Packet, Errors, and Packet Queue
  23. Sliding Window Data link Control Protocol
  24. Selective Repeat ARQ Model With Errors
  25. Rounting Example
  26. Leaky Bucket Rate Open Loop Rate Control
  27. Two State Discrete Time Markov Chain
  28. Three State Discrete Time Markov Chain
  29. Pareto_Message_Length_Example
  30. Non-Preemptive Priority
  31. Weighted Round Robin Example
  32. Token Ring serving all waiting upon arrival
  33. MMPP Model
  34. Model of a Computer System-Open Network
  35. Model of a Computer System-Closed Network
  36. Model of a Cyclic Queueing System-Closed Network


Author

Victor S. Frost, frost@eecs.ku.edu