ATM and Ptolemy
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contains two SDF ATM demos in the Communications Demo palette
The Discrete Event (DE) Domain contains blocks for cell creation and
access in the Networking Palette. There are also a few networking
See the DE chapter of the
Ptolemy User's Manual
- Illustrate the effect on speech of a zero-substitution policy in
a network (such as ATM) with 48 byte packets and a variable loss
probability. Note that this demo requires audio capability and will
probably only work on Sun workstations.
- Illustrate the effect on speech of a previous cell substitution
policy in a network (such as ATM) with 48 byte packets and a variable
loss probability. Note that this demo requires audio capability and
will probably only work on Sun workstation
Ptolemy 0.5.2 contained other DE ATM demos
that were removed with the release of Ptolemy 0.6.
These demos are described in the
0.5.2 DE User's Manual chapter.
Ptolemy 0.5.2 also contained the Communicating Processes (CP) and
Message Queuing (MQ) domains. The MQ domain had a few cell based
demos, which are described in
0.5.2 MQ User's Manual chapter.
The CP and MQ domains are not in Ptolemy 0.6 and later, see
Chapter 4, Introduction to Domains,
of the Ptolemy User's Manual.
The following papers by former group members explicitly mention ATM in
the title. Unfortunately, we have not found online versions of these papers.
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Last updated 07/30/98
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