Traffic Engineering for Circuit-Switched Networks
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In this chapter, we present traffic engineering for circuit-swtiched networks. In particlar, we define the offered load in Erlangs and its relation to blocking for a given capacity. We also discuss blocking computation in the presence of dynamic routing without or with trunk reservation.
Erlang; Blocking; call blocking; Erlang-B loss formula; network controls; dynamic routing performance model
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