Integrated Management Platform for Seamless Services Provisioning in Converged Network

Autor(en)
Christine Strauß, Natalia Kryvinska, Do van Thanh
Abstrakt

With the convergence of IN and IP traditional network management systems have been replaced by a variety of standards.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.

Organisation(en)
Institut für Rechnungswesen, Innovation und Strategie
Externe Organisation(en)
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Journal
International Journal of Information Technology, Communications and Convergence
Band
1
Seiten
77-91
Anzahl der Seiten
15
ISSN
2042-3217
Publikationsdatum
2010
Peer-reviewed
Ja
ÖFOS 2012
5020 Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Link zum Portal
https://ucrisportal.univie.ac.at/de/publications/integrated-management-platform-for-seamless-services-provisioning-in-converged-network(c3c77ee0-4154-4f4c-9b20-ae57c65c1ebe).html