Generic architecture and core network design
- Józef Lubacz,
- Artur Tomaszewski
The complexity of multiservice broadband networks requires that the approach to network design and management is based on some systematic framework in which design / management problems and procedures could be systematically interpreted, defined and classified. Such frameworks were proposed for coping with the complexity of networks' functionality, e.g., the OSI architecture and the ATM network generic architecture. In this study we consider aspects of a network associated with resources and we aim to create a framework for the design of network resources (structuring and dimensioning). The framework is associated with a generic, layered architecture and the goal is threefold: (1) to introduce a formal conceptual base for network design problems, (2) to distinguish and classify generic problems and (3) to create a set of network design procedures for the generic problems.
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- Roberts James, James Roberts Mocci Ugo, Ugo Mocci Virtamo Jorma Jorma Virtamo (eds.): Broadband Network Teletraffic: Performance Evaluation and Design of Broadband Multiservice Networks, Final Report of Action COST 242, Lecture Notes In Computer Science, vol. 1155, 1996, Berlin, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 585 p., ISBN 978-3-540-61815-7. DOI:10.1007/3-540-61815-5 Opening in a new tab
- DOI:10.1007/3-540-61815-5_27 Opening in a new tab
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- 1996 Lubacz Tomaszewski Generic architecture.pdf
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