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Title: Primary and Secondary Empirical Values in Network Redimensioning
Authors: Saranova, Emiliya
Keywords: Overall Network Traffic
Offered Traffic
Virtual Circuits Switching
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: A model of an overall telecommunication network with virtual circuits switching, in stationary state, with Bernoulli-Poisson-Pascal (BPP) input flow, repeated calls, limited number of homogeneous terminals and 8 types of losses is considered. One of the main problems of network redimensioning is estimation of the traffic offered in the network because it reflects on finding of necessary number of equivalent switching lines on the basis of the consideration of detailed users behavior and target Quality of Service (QoS). The aim of this paper is to find a new solution of Network Redimensioning Task (NRDT) [4], taking into account the inconvenience of necessary measurements, not considered in the previous research [5]. The results are applicable for redimensioning of every (virtual) circuit switching telecommunication system, both for wireline and wireless systems (GSM, PSTN, ISDN and BISDN). For packet - switching networks proposed approach may be used as a comparison basis and when they work in circuit switching mode (e.g. VoIP).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/1004
ISSN: 1313-0455
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