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- Garant předmětu:
- Department of Telecommunications Engineering
The aim of the course is to present an overlook of dimensioning of telecommunications networks on the basis of results of the queuing theory (QT). Introduce possibilities of simulation and modeling networks both from the point of view of grade of service GoS and quality ofservice QoS as well. Results of the QT are applied on different service systems and telecommunication networks deploying and operating at time being. Theoretical knowledge about models of service systems can be utilized for dimensioning of different service systems in real life - not only in the telecommunication.
The basic knowledge of the probability theory, stochastic processes and statistic are supposed.
- Syllabus of lectures:
1. Service systems (SeSy), description and classification of SS.
2. Sources, input flow, service process, output flow. Poisson's flow, nature and character.
3. Mathematical description, influence type of flow on Gos and QoS. Kendall's classification.
4. Markov's type SeSy. Chapman-Kolmogorov's equations.
5. Loss SeSy - M/M/N/0 a M(n)/M/N/0.
6. Non-Markovian models G/M/N, M/G/N a G/G/N. Application.
7. Generalized Erlang's model, solution, application examples.
8. Waiting and loss SeSy - M/M/N/X/FIFO (RAND, LIFO).
9. Models M/M/N/R, specification, parameters GoS. Dimensioning.
10. Summary of the theory of loss and waiting SeSy, practical applications.
11. Quality of service (QoS, GoS, NP). Dependability, availability and reliability of item and network.
12. Priority SeSy, some specific results. Practical applications.
13. Models and methods of SeSy overload protection.
14. Simulation of SS - Monte Carlo methods. Numerical examples.
- Syllabus of tutorials:
The course is without seminars and laboratories.
- Study Objective:
To give an overlook of models of service systems and their applications in telecommunications.
- Study materials:
 Riordan, R. Stochastic Service Systems. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1962.
 Gross, D., Harris, C., M. Fundamentals of queuing theory. New York, London: J. Wiley and Sons, 1974.
 http://www.tele.dtu.dk/teletraffic Teletraffic Engineering Handbook. Geneva: ITC in cooperation with ITU-D, SG2 Question 16/2, December 2002. 323 s.
 http://www.cse.fau.edu/~bob Cooper Robert B. Introduction to Queuing Theory. Second Edition. ISBN 0-444-00379-7
 http://www.cse.fau.edu/~bob Cooper, R.B. and D.P. Heyman. Teletraffic Theory and Engineering. Froehlich/Kent ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ELECOMMUNICATIONS, Vol. 16, Dekker, 1998, 453-483.
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans: