Simulation based study of multi server multi class priority qurueing..

Durmaz, Nurdan


Simulation based investigation of mobile improvements
Çetinbaş, Emin İlker; Bilgen, Semih; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2005)
In this thesis, performances of some Mobile IP handoff schemes have been compared. The comparison has been based on simulation results. Simulation study has been carried out with a MIP model developed using OMNeT++ and available model frameworks. The literature on Mobile IP and several improvements including handoff management schemes have been surveyed. A MIP model has been constructed and then validated with the help of some scenarios in the literature, especially the one found in [7]. The model has been ...
Simulation Based Optimal Sensor Actuator Positioning on a Fin Like Structure
Pedremasl, Nıma; Şahin, Melin; Acar, Erdem (2015-06-26)
Aircraft structures are subjected to high amplitude dynamic loads under service conditions; hence, it is necessary to determine their dynamic properties. Dynamic properties of a structure can be determined using simulation-based methods (e.g., finite element method) or using experimental modal analysis (EMA) methods. An EMA system should be lightweight and accurate so that it does not have a negative impact on the dynamic performance of the structure. For this purpose, the transducers (sensor and actuators)...
Simulation-based study of effects of topology on the performance of packet and all-optical networks
Savaşır, Nurise; Bilgen, Semih; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2000)
Şahiner, Şahin Furkan; Gölbaşı, Onur; Department of Mining Engineering (2022-2)
A mining company is expected to have three essential assets which are human resources, ore reserve to be exploited, and an equipment fleet. On this basis, trucks, excavators, drilling machines, crushers, mills, classifiers, and concentrators are commonly covered in mining equipment fleets. On the other hand, human resource employed in operational activities is vital for labor-intensive production industries like mining. Here, the number and qualifications of people employed in a mining site should be decide...
Simulation Based Envelope Protection Systems for Unmanned Rotorcraft
Yavrucuk, İlkay (null; 2005-01-18)
his paper presents the development of envelope protection systems for unmanned rotorcraft systems using simulation models. Issues associated with unmanned autonomy and automatic limit avoidance systems are addressed. The integration of two types of modular envelope protection systems into a UAV's flight control system, namely envelope protection using command limiting and control limiting is discussed. The development of an envelope protection system as used in Georgia Tech's Yamaha R-Max unmanned helicopte...
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N. Durmaz, “Simulation based study of multi server multi class priority qurueing..,” Middle East Technical University, 1993.