|Teletraffic Engineering Handbook||Book||
Description: The preface of this 350 page text published in 2005 states "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."
Author(s): International Telecommunication Union & International Teletraffic Congress
URL: http://www.tele.dtu.dk/ teletraffic/ handbook/ telehook.pdf
ReviewText: In case you are wondering, Chapter 1 gets us right into the heart of the matter with the following definition: "Teletraffic theory is defined as the application of probability theory to the solution of problems concerning planning, performance evaluation, operation, and maintenance of telecommunication systems."
Keywords: statistics , networks , queueing theory , teletraffic engineering , probability theory , Poisson process , Erlang's loss system , overflow theory , telecom networks
Submitter: EE HomePage Editorial Staff
xml_ID: 1182220460 (single entry page)
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