Spatial Distributions

The following are examples of spatial distributions considered in the DCA research.

The shaded cells represent regions where the demand can change randomly in time.

The unshaded cells are assumed to have a constant channel demand in time.

The impact of spatial load imbalance on the performance and gains afforded by DCA is examined.

 


FIGURE 1: Deterministic Spatial Distributions
Click here to get distribution a, b


FIGURE 2: Stochastic Spatial Distributions
Click here to get distributions: a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i

 

Note: Demand files are for linearly increasing demand for 10 simulation time steps.