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The maximum number of requests that can be sent from h to k, = T( ~hk is given by: n n i=l . 1 J= L L A.. x·hx· k ) lJ 1 J where 0 l(A .. ) is the unitary step function: - lJ , 1 (A .. - lJ )1 1 0 if A.. > 0 lJ if A.. = 0 lJ The transmission delay on channel (h,k) is now given by: 1 Whk = The total transmission delay DR can be written as: C DR =L k=l 38 M. 2) Remark that if the intercomputer flows are small with respect to the channel capacity, DT can be considered a good approximation of DR. 3.