Teletraffic Engineering Handbook

Teletraffic Engineering Handbook

This handbook covers the basic theory of teletraffic engineering, to enable engineers to understand ITU–T recommendations on traffic engineering, evaluate tools and methods, and keep up-to-date with new practices.

Publication date: 20 Jun 2001

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Paperback: 321 pages

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Teletraffic Engineering Handbook

Teletraffic Engineering Handbook This handbook covers the basic theory of teletraffic engineering, to enable engineers to understand ITU–T recommendations on traffic engineering, evaluate tools and methods, and keep up-to-date with new practices.
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Publication date: 20 Jun 2001
ISBN-10: n/a
ISBN-13: n/a
Paperback: 321 pages
Views: 16,412
Document Type: N/A
Publisher: n/a
License: n/a
Post time: 06 Jan 2007 01:17:21
Book Exceprts:

The handbook covers the basic theory of teletraffic engineering. The mathematical background required is elementary probability theory. The purpose of the handbook is to enable engineers to understand ITU–T recommendations on traffic engineering, evaluate tools and methods, and keep up-to-date with new practices. The book includes the following parts:

- Introduction: Chapter 1 – 2,
- Mathematical background: Chapter 3 – 6,
- Telecommunication loss models: Chapter 7 – 11,
- Data communication delay models: Chapter 12 – 14,
- Measurements: Chapter 15.

The purpose of the book is twofold: to serve both as a handbook and as a textbook. Thus the reader should, for example, be able to study chapters on loss models without studying the chapters on the mathematical background first.

The handbook is based on many years of experience in teaching the subject at the Technical University of Denmark and from ITU training courses in developing countries by the editor Villy B. Iversen. ITU-T Study Group 2 (Working Party 3/2) has reviewed Recommendations on traffic engineering. Many engineers from the international teletraffic community and students have contributed with ideas to the presentation. Supporting material, such as software, exercises, advanced material, and case studies, is available at http://www.com.dtu.dk/teletraffic , where comments and ideas will also be appreciated.
 




About The Author(s)


Villy B. Iversen received the M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering in 1968 and the Ph.D. degree in teletraffic engineering in 1976, both from the Technical University of Denmark, where he is professor at COM Center, teaching teletraffic engineering. His research interests include stochastic modelling, communication systems, and teletraffic engineering with focus on applications.

Villy B. Iversen

Villy B. Iversen received the M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering in 1968 and the Ph.D. degree in teletraffic engineering in 1976, both from the Technical University of Denmark, where he is professor at COM Center, teaching teletraffic engineering. His research interests include stochastic modelling, communication systems, and teletraffic engineering with focus on applications.


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