Introduction to Queueing Systems
TELCOM 2120 Network Performance
Joseph Kabara Telecommunications Program University of Pittsburgh
Queueing Theory
Queueing theory : Mathematical analysis of waiting lines Queueing Theory is the primary analytical framewor

System Modeling and Simulation
TELCOM 2120 Network Performance Joseph Kabara Telecommunications Program University of Pittsburgh
Simulation
Simulation: the process of designing a mathematical or logical model of a system then conducting experiments with

TELCOM 2120 Comparing Systems via Measurements and Regression
Joseph Kabara Department of Information Science and Telecommunications
University of Pittsburgh
Types of Measurement Studies
Four basic types of measurement studies 1. Statistical Characterizat

Joseph Kabara TELCOM 2120 Department of Information Science and Telecommunications
University of Pittsburgh Collection and Analysis
of
Measurements
Measurements
Basic technique for performance analysis Run experiments/observe data on a network or prototyp

TELENET 2120: NETWORK PERFORMANCE
Basic Probability
Asst. Prof. Joseph Kabara, Ph.D
Graduate Program in Telecommunications and Networking University of Pittsburgh
Terminology
Probability Theory - based on the concept of a random experiment Random phenome

TELENET 2120
Network Performance
INTRO
Asst. Prof. Joseph Kabara, Ph.D
Graduate Program in Telecommunications and Networking University of Pittsburgh
Course Objective
To develop the modeling, mathematical and programming tools necessary to determine the

Tele2120 Midterm Name _
Total Points: 100 Due 14 October 2008,3:00 (pm)
You may not consult other persons in answering these questions, all work is to be your own and this exam is governed by the Course Policies included in the class syllabus. You will su

TELCOM 2120: Network Performance Fall 2009 Homework 3: Solution
Problem 1 (10 point) An application service provider which host corporate web pages has collected data on the time between system crashes in hours on it's host machines that run Windows NT an

TELCOM 2120: Network Performance Fall 2009 Homework 2: Solution
Problem 1 (10 points) You have two dice. You charge a person $xx to roll the dice, if the dice total seven you pay them $100. A. What minimum value of xx results in a profitable operation for

TELCOM 2120: Network Performance Fall 2009 Homework 1 Solution
Problem 1 (5 points) Consider a binary digital communication channel. To transmit a digital 0 the sender places a voltage of -1 volt on the channel for the symbol duration time. To transmit a

A Review of Paper Titles in Sensor networks1 Author and Author
Department of Information Science & Telecommunications 135 N. Bellefield ave., University of Pittsburgh, PA 15260
ABSTRACT
An abstract in italics. Should be 1 paragraph long.
I. INTRODUCTION
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TELENET 2120
Network Performance
Review
Asst. Prof. Joseph Kabara, Ph.D
Graduate Program in Telecommunications and Networking University of Pittsburgh
Course Objective
To develop the modeling, mathematical and programming tools necessary to determine the

Network of Queues
TELCOM 2120 Network Performance Joseph Kabara Telecommunications Program University of Pittsburgh
Network of Queues
Many communication systems must be modeled as a set of interconnected queues which is termed a queueing network. Systems

Introduction to Queueing Systems
TELCOM 2120 Network Performance
Joseph Kabara Telecommunications Program University of Pittsburgh
Stochastic Processes (recap)
A stochastic process is a mathematical model for describing an empirical process that changes

Steps in Simulation
Study
TELCOM 2120 Network Performance Joseph Kabara Telecommunications Program University of Pittsburgh
Designing Simulation Studies
Types of simulation software
general purpose event scheduled simulation language process oriented si