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Heuristic Approaches for Telecommunications Network Management, Planning and Expansion By Robert Doverspike

Heuristic Approaches for Telecommunications Network Management, Planning and Expansion by Robert Doverspike

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Robert Doverspike, AT&T Labs Research Iraj Saniee, Bell-Labs, Lucent Technologies June PI, 1999 3 '' Journal of Heuristics, 6, 9-20 (2000) *"'Il (c) 2000 Kluwer Academic Publishers Telecommunications Network Case Study: Selecting a Data Network Architecture ERIC ROSENBERG AT&T Labs, Middletown, NJ 07748, USA email: eric.

Heuristic Approaches for Telecommunications Network Management, Planning and Expansion Summary

Heuristic Approaches for Telecommunications Network Management, Planning and Expansion: A Special Issue of the Journal of Heuristics by Robert Doverspike

Telecommunications will face a tremendous challenge in the coming years to be able to design, architect, and manage networks in such a rapidly evolving industry. Develop ment and application of heuristic methods will be fundamental to our ability to meet this challenge. Robert Doverspike, AT&T Labs Research Iraj Saniee, Bell-Labs, Lucent Technologies June PI, 1999 3 '' Journal of Heuristics, 6, 9-20 (2000) *"'Il (c) 2000 Kluwer Academic Publishers Telecommunications Network Case Study: Selecting a Data Network Architecture ERIC ROSENBERG AT&T Labs, Middletown, NJ 07748, USA email: eric. rosenberg@att. com Abstract This paper documents a model that was pivotal in deciding which of two architectures should be selected for a frame relay data communications network. The choices are either to continue using the current architecture, or to make a large incremental investment in new equipment which reduces the number of high speed inter-office trunks required to interconnect the switches. The analysis requires optimizing the mix of two types of customer port cards to determine the maximum customer port capacity of a switch. Simple approximations are used to estimate the number of inter-office trunks and trunk cards required. Based in large part on the costs computed by this model, an executive level decision was made to move to the new architecture. Key Words: data communications, network architecture, network design, frame relay, virtual circuits, economic analysis 1. Introduction To design a data communications network, it is necessary to consider a variety of factors.

Table of Contents

Preface; R. Doverspike, I. Saniee. Telecommunications Network Case Study: Selecting a Data Network Architecture; E. Rosenberg. ATM Routing Algorithms for Multimedia Traffic in Private ATM Networks; R. Izmailov, et al. Fast, Efficient Equipment Placement Heuristics for Broadband Switched or Internet Router Networks; J.W. Gannett. Virtual Path Design in Service-Specific ATM Networks; I. Saniee, J.S. Sokol. Design of Stacked Self-Healing Rings Using a Genetic Algorithm; M. Armony, et al. A Zoom-In Approach to Design SDH Mesh Restorable Networks; M. Pickavet, P. Demeester. Heuristics for Distribution Network Design in Telecommunication; G.R. Mateus, et al. LP-Based Heuristic Algorithms for Interconnecting Token Rings via Source Routing Bridges; V. Sridhar, et al. Detecting and Preventing Routing Problems in the Planning Process of CCSS#7 Networks; G. Parames, et al.

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NLS9781441949707
9781441949707
1441949704
Heuristic Approaches for Telecommunications Network Management, Planning and Expansion: A Special Issue of the Journal of Heuristics by Robert Doverspike
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Paperback
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
2010-12-03
178
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