From queues to telecoms. Queues are, of course, omnipresent in our world, at the bank, the supermarket, shops, on the road… and yes, they also exist in the domain of telecoms.
Queues Applied to Telecoms studies the theoretical aspect of these queues, from Poisson processes, Markov chains and queueing systems to queueing networks. The study of the use of their resources is addressed by the theory of teletraffic. This book also outlines the basic ideas in the theory of teletraffic, presenting the teletraffic of loss systems and waiting systems.
However, some applications and explanations are more oriented towards the field of telecommunications, and this book contains lectures and more than sixty corrected exercises to cover these topics. On your marks…
Part 1. Typical Processes in Queues.
1. The Poisson Process.
2. Markov Chains.
Part 2. Queues.
3. Common Queues.
4. Product-Form Queueing Networks.
Part 3. Teletraffic.
5. Notion of Teletraffic.
6. Resource Requests and Activity.
7. The Teletraffic of Loss Systems.
8. Teletraffic in Delay Systems.
Part 4. Answers to Exercises.
9. Chapter 1 Exercises.
10. Chapter 2 Exercises.
11. Chapter 3 Exercises.
12. Chapter 4 Exercise.
13. Chapter 5 Exercises.
14. Chapter 6 Exercises.
15. Chapter 7 Exercises.
16. Chapter 8 Exercises.
Part 5. Appendices.
Toky Basilide Ravaliminoarimalalason holds a PhD in Cognitive Sciences applied to telecommunications and is a telecommunications engineer. He teaches at the Polytechnic Higher School, the Doctoral School in Engineering Sciences and Techniques and Innovation at the University of Antananarivo, Madagascar. He is also responsible for the radio planning and innovation of an African telecommunications operators group based in Madagascar.
Falimanana Randimbindrainibe is Professor at the Polytechnic Higher School, the Doctoral School in Engineering Sciences and Techniques and Innovation at the University of Antananarivo, Madagascar.
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