Integrated Management Platform for Seamless Services Provisioning in Converged Network

Christine Strauß, Natalia Kryvinska, Do van Thanh

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With the convergence of IN and IP traditional network management systems have been replaced by a variety of standards. New principles of management have also emerged. Related to these changes new alternative network management techniques are needed. There are a lot of efforts in management protocols improvement based on advanced computer simulation techniques. But, there is a lack in the development of fundamental theoretical models for management architectures. To remedy the situation we develop an analytical modelling tool for the converged network management. More precisely, we implement a queuing model on the application layer to perform effectively a signalling management into both parts of the converged SIP- and IN-based network. We model this distributed management configuration as a finite source queuing model. Furthermore, we evaluate the steady-state performance measures such as expected waiting time and time in system, and present numerical results providing corresponding curves for them.
Seiten (von - bis)77-91
FachzeitschriftInternational Journal of Information Technology, Communications and Convergence
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 2010

ÖFOS 2012

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