By Alexander Ost
This e-book offers an in depth method of aid the making plans and optimization method for contemporary communique networks. in response to an research of the most important houses of recent community architectures, a collection of necessities for such ways is derived. A model-based functionality overview strategy is advised, the place highly-efficient matrix-geometric equipment are hired with the intention to stay clear of the drawbacks of current numerical and simulative ways. The ebook includes a thorough survey and an in depth comparability of state of the art numerical algorithms within the matrix-geometric box. A high-level modeling strategy according to stochastic Petri nets is constructed so one can simplify the specification of complicated types. to demonstrate the process, numerous case experiences are provided, protecting software parts from ATM networks to world-wide-web site visitors and TCP/IP networking.
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