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PERFORMANCE STUDY OF RING STRUCTURED LOCAL AREA NETWORKS USING REGISTER INSERTION.

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posted on 2023-02-07, 01:46 authored by Andrzej GoscinskiAndrzej Goscinski, T Walasek, K Zielinski
Efficient access control strategies are necessary for ring structured local area networks. Three categories of these strategies are most commonly referenced in the literature: 'message slots', token-controlled, and register insertion mechanisms. The paper discusses the performance of seven different variants of the register insertion access control technique. The unidirectional and bidirectional routing modes are examined. The three-stage model of access control strategy which consists of the host-to-node protocol, routing rule, and node-to-node protocol is introduced. The study, based on simulation experiments, has used ring structured networks to real time distributed control systems.

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Angewandte Informatik, Applied Informatics

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120-126

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3

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