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On the Minimal Traffic Measurements for Determining the Number of Used Terminals in Telecommunication Systems with Channel Switching

  • Stoyan Atanasov Poryazov
  • Emiliya Todorova Saranova
Part of the The Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science book series (SECS, volume 645)

Abstract

In this paper a telecommunication system with (virtual) channel switching, heterogeneous users and with Poisson input flow is studied in stationary state. It is assumed that unsuccessful calling attempts resulting from abandoned dialing, abandoned ringing, blocked and abandoned conversation situations are not repeated. A model for such a telecommunication system has been proposed that requires the measurement of minimum number of parameters for the determination of the number of terminals in use, and various other characteristics of the system state.

Keywords

Telecommunication System Traffic Model Input Flow Channel Switching Virtual Device 
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References

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    Poryazov, S. A. “User and Terminal Teletraffic — Classification and Notations”. Conference Telecom’2000, Varna, Bulgaria (in print).Google Scholar
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    Poryazov, S. A. “Determining the Basic Traffic and Time Characteristics of Telephone Systems with Nonhomogeneous Subscribers”. MCTTKM-4, Moscow, Russia, 20–25 October 1992, pp. 130–138.Google Scholar
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    Poryazov, S. A. “Parameters For Subscribers’ Traffic Measurement with Nonhomogeneous Subscribers”. Conference Telecom’2000, Varna, Bulgaria (in print).Google Scholar

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  • Stoyan Atanasov Poryazov
  • Emiliya Todorova Saranova

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