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 Title: Towards Useful Overall Network Teletraffic Definitions Authors: Poryazov, Stoyan Keywords: Overall Network TrafficTheoryITU-T DefinitionsVirtual Circuits Switching Issue Date: 2008 Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA Abstract: A detailed conceptual and a corresponding analytical traffic models of an overall (virtual) circuit switching telecommunication system are used. The models are relatively close to real-life communication systems with homogeneous terminals. In addition to Normalized and Pie-Models Ensue Model and Denial Traffic concept are proposed, as a parts of a technique for presentation and analysis of overall network traffic models functional structure; The ITU-T definitions for: fully routed, successful and effective attempts, and effective traffic are re-formulated. Definitions for fully routed traffic and successful traffic are proposed, because they are absent in the ITU-T recommendations; A definition of demand traffic (absent in ITU-T Recommendations) is proposed. For each definition are appointed: 1) the correspondent part of the conceptual model graphical presentation; 2) analytical equations, valid for mean values, in a stationary state. This allows real network traffic considered to be classified more precisely and shortly. The proposed definitions are applicable for every telecommunication system. URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/162 ISSN: 1313-048X Appears in Collections: Volume 2 Number 2

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