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Optimal queue-size scaling in switched networks

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Stochastic Processes in Communication Sciences

We consider a switched (queueing) network in which there are constraints on which queues may be served simultaneously; such networks have been used to effectively model input- queued switches, wireless networks and more recently data-centers. The scheduling policy for such a network specifies which queues to serve at any point in time, based on the current state or past history of the system. Designing a scheduling policy with optimal average queue-size for switched network has been a question of interest for a while now. As the main result, we shall discuss a new class of online scheduling policies that achieve optimal scaling for average queue-size for a class of switched networks including input-queued switches. Talk is based on work with Neil Walton (U of Amsterdam)+ Yuan Zhong (UC Berkeley).

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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