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TELPACK: An Advanced Teletraffic Analysis Package Nail Akar Nihat Cem Oguz and Khosrow Sohraby \Lambda
 

Summary: TELPACK: An Advanced Teletraffic Analysis Package
Nail Akar Nihat Cem O–guz and Khosrow Sohraby \Lambda
Technology Planning & Integration Computer Science Telecommunications
Sprint University of Missouri­Kansas City
9300 Metcalf Avenue 5100 Rockhill Road
Overland Park, KS 66212 Kansas City, MO 64110
akar@sprintcorp.com fncoguz,sohrabyg@cstp.umkc.edu
Abstract
Performance evaluation of computer and communication networks gives rise to tele­
traffic problems of potentially large dimensionality. We briefly summarize a unifying
system theoretic approach to efficient solution of a diversity of such problems, and
introduce TELPACK, a publicly available software that implements this approach.
Performance evaluation problems arising in the study of telecommunication networks basi­
cally consist of two components: traffic modeling and queueing analysis. Traffic is the driving
force behind all telecommunications activity, and their models are of crucial importance for
evaluating network performance [12]. Probability models for traffic streams are needed to
the extent that they allow prediction of system performance measures to a reasonable degree
of accuracy. The fundamental systems in telecommunication networks, of which traffic is
the major constituent, are queueing systems, and their numerical analysis provides various
system performance measures if a suitable traffic model is available.

  

Source: Akar, Nail - Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Bilkent University

 

Collections: Engineering