Deutsch Intern
    Chair of Computer Science III

    Dipl.-Math. Rainer Dittmann



    Feb 1991 - Apr 1995


    1994[ to top ]
    • Dittmann, R.: Slot-Reuse in High-Speed Communication Networks. EFOC&N’94. , Heidelberg, Germany (1994).
    1993[ to top ]
    • Dittmann, R.: A performance comparison of GFC protocol proporals, COST Technical Document, COST242TD(93)011. University of Wuerzburg (1993).
    • Dittmann, R., Hübner, F.: Discrete-Time Analysis of a Cyclic Service System with Gated Limited Service. University of Wuerzburg (1993).
    • Stock, T., Tran-Gia, P., Dittmann, R.: Das DQDB-Zugriffsprotokoll in Hochgeschwindigkeitsnetzen und der IEEE-Standard 802.6. Informatik-Spektrum. 16, 143–158 (1993).
    1992[ to top ]
    • Dittmann, R., Hübner, F., Tran-Gia, P.: Preliminary performance results of ATMR as generic flow control protocol, COST Technical Document, COST242TD(92)029. University of Wuerzburg (1992).
    • Dittmann, R.: Performance aspects of a GFC protocol proporal, COST Technical Document, COST242TD(92)047. University of Wuerzburg (1992).
    • Dittmann, R.: DQDB subnetwork interconnection: A performance study, COST Technical Document, COST242TD(92)057. University of Wuerzburg (1992).
    • Dittmann, R., Tran-Gia, P.: Architecture alternatives and performance issues in DQDB subnetwork interconnection. Proc. EFOC/LAN’92. pp. pp. 229–234. , Paris, Frankreich (1992).
    • Dittmann, R., Tran-Gia, P.: A discrete-time analysis of the cyclic reservation multiple access protocol. Performance Evaluation. 16, 263–278 (1992).
    1991[ to top ]
    • Tran-Gia, P., Dittmann, R.: Performance analysis of the CRMA-protocol in high-speed networks. Proc. International Conf. on the Performance of Distributed Systems and Integrated Comm. Networks. , Kyoto, Japan (1991).
    • Stock, T., Dittmann, R.: Analysis of the IEEE 802.6 DQDB access protocol. Proc. 2nd Joint Workshop on High Speed Networks. , Stuttgart (1991).
    1990[ to top ]
    • Tran-Gia, P., Dittmann, R.: Performance analysis of the CRMA protocol in high-speed networks. University of Wuerzburg (1990).