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48) as ∞ M(x) ϭ E[e zX ] ϭ µn Αnz n (56) nϭ0 so that ωn ϭ µn n! (57) from which we can obtain the moments of X as µ n ϭ ω n n!. During the calculation of ω n, it may grow too fast as n increases, which causes large discretion errors. On the other hand, it may get too small, causing round-off errors. To solve the problem, an adaptive decay rate α n is added in as follows: αn ϭ µ nϪ2 µ nϪ2 /(n Ϫ 2)! ϭ (n Ϫ 1) µ nϪ1 /(n Ϫ 1)! , we get ∞ W n (z ϭ Αα kϭ0 k n µk k z ϭ M(α n z) k! ϭ F* (Ϫα nz) ϭ G(eαnz ) Copyright 2002 by Marcel Dekker.
We choose the packet departure time as the embedded point, denoted as D n. , the waiting time of a packet is equal to the previous packet waiting time plus its service time minus the interarrival time between them. Hence we have w nϩ1 ϭ w n ϩ v n Ϫ u n (1) ϭ wn ϩ xn (2) where x n ϭ v n Ϫ u n . If the buffer is empty when the n ϩ 1th packet arrives, the packet is transmitted immediately without queueing, so w nϩ1 ϭ 0 in this case. Combining these two cases, we get w nϩ1 ϭ MAX(0,w n ϩ v n Ϫ u n ) (3) From the above equation, we can get the idle period in which the server (the channel) is idle.
It can be shown that the state transitions form a Markov chain . Then the transition probability matrix can be formed by Pn , n ϩ 1 ϭ Ά Q a (i, n), 2 Յ i Յ (m Ϫ n) iϭ1 Q a (1, n)[1 Ϫ Q r (0, n)], (38) Q a (1, n)Q r (0, n) ϩ Q a (0, n)[1 Ϫ Q r (1, n)] i ϭ 0 Q a (0, n)Q r (1, n), i ϭ Ϫ1 nϩ1 pn ϭ ΑpP i (39) i,n iϭ0 m Αp n ϭ1 (40) nϭ0 By solving Eq. (39) and Eq. (40), we can get p ϭ p 1, the probability that there is only one packet to be transmitted, which leads to the successful transmission, that is, pϭ nq ϩ (1 Ϫ q ) ΄(m1 ϪϪ n)q q 1Ϫq΅ a r a a mϪn (1 Ϫ q r ) n (41) r By knowing p, we can express the service time of a packet using a CNT subprotocol as B *CNT (s) ϭ p (1 Ϫ p)eϪs Ϫ 1 (42) Using a Multimedia-MAC protocol, the CNT subprotocol takes a ﬁxed portion of the bandwidth, so the vacation period is deterministic.