Preface. 1. Modelling Feasible Network Configurations for UMTS; A. Eisenblätter, et al. 2. Omni-directional Cell Planning; R.M. Whitaker, S. Hurley. 3. Optimal Design of Wireless Ad-hoc Networks; Shin-yi Wu, G. Anandalingam. 4. Survivable Network Design: Routing of Flows and Slacks; D. Rajan, A. Atamtürk. 5. Planning Self-healing Ring Capacity Under Demand Uncertainty; S. Cosares. 6. An Evolutionary Approach to the Multi-Level Capacitated Minimum Spanning Tree Problem; I. Gamvros, et al. 7. Optimized Traffic Load Distribution in MPLS Networks; G. Haßlinger, S. Schnitter. 8. Scheduling of a Generalized Switch: Heavy Traffic Regime; A.L. Stolyar. 9. Asymptotic Analysis of Rate Adaptive Multimedia Streams; S. Weber, G.de Veciana. 10. Numerical Methods for Analyzing Queues with Heavy-tailed Distributions; J. Shortle, et al. 11. Provisioning for Bandwidth Sharing and Exchange; R.C. Hampshire, et al. 12. Autonomic Admission Control for Networked Information Servers; G.A. Paleologo, N. Bambos. 13. PAQM: Pro-Active Queue Management for Internet Congestion Control; Seungwan Ryu, C. Rump. 14. A Framework for Dynamic Routing and Feedback Regulation of Packet-switched Networks; Yi-Ju Chao, B. Morton. 15. Delay-constrained Multi-ring Construction for Ordered Multipoint-to-multipoint Communications; Y. Boujelben, et al. 16. Efficient Bandwidth in Multimedia Distribution Networks with Guaranteed Quality of Service; J. Kalvenes, N. Keon.
Telecommunications Network Design And Management represents the state-of-the-art of applying operations research techniques and solutions across a broad spectrum of telecommunications problems and implementation issues.
-The first three chapters of the book deal with the design of wireless networks, including UMTS and Ad-Hoc networks.
-Chapters 4-6 deal with the optimal design of telecommunications networks. Techniques used for network design range from genetic algorithms to combinatorial optimization heuristics.
-Chapters 7-10 analyze traffic flow in telecommunications networks, focusing on optimizing traffic load distribution and the scheduling of switches under multi-media streams and heavy traffic.
-Chapters 11-14 deal with telecommunications network management, examining bandwidth provisioning, admission control, queue management, dynamic routing, and feedback regulation in order to ensure that the network performance is optimized.
-Chapters 15-16 deal with the construction of topologies and allocation of bandwidth to ensure quality-of-service.
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