In a message dated 10/5/00 2:35:58 PM Central Daylight Time, email@example.com
> Greg Burch wrote,
> > ...some principles
> > of traffic analysis can be applied to any transportation system, whether
> > the Roman road system or the networks that might carry the traffic of an
> > thoughts.
> What are some of the principles of traffic analysis that can be applied to
> transportation system, whether it's the Roman road system or the networks
> might carry the traffic of an SI's thoughts?
I was thinking about things like net throughput being affected by number of
nodes, number of connections per node, "vehicle" (packet) size, and the like
. . .
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