Exponential averaging was used to decrease the variation in measured quantities such as overload and number of VCs. Exponential averaging of overload factor and number of VCs were done with a decay factor of 0.8 for algorithms A and D. The algorithms B and C are more sensitive to overload factor. So, a the decay factor of 0.4 was used to average overload in algorithms C and D.
|Three Sources||1000 Km||5 ms||1.5 ms||1|
|Source Bottleneck||1000 Km||5 ms||1.5 ms||1|
|GFC-2||1000 Km||15 ms||1.5 ms||1|
The weight function of one was used in all configurations. This corresponds to MCR plus equal share of excess bandwidth. The value of was used for algorithm D.