Proceedings of International Conference on Applied Innovation in IT
2013/03/25, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp.35-41

A Model of Video Traffic Transmission in IP Networks


Elena Kokoreva, Anna Belezekova


Abstract: Telecommunications and network technology is now the driving force that ensures continued progress of world civilization. Design of new and expansion of existing network infrastructures requires improving the quality of service(QoS). Modeling probabilistic and time characteristics of telecommunication systems is an integral part of modern algorithms of administration of quality of service. At present, for the assessment of quality parameters except simulation models analytical models in the form of systems and queuing networks are widely used. Because of the limited mathematical tools of models of these classes the corresponding parameter estimation of parameters of quality of service are inadequate by definition. Especially concerning the models of telecommunication systems with packet transmission of multimedia real-time traffic.hms’ implementation regarding to life cycle management of electrotechnical equipment are considered.

Keywords: telecommunication systems, TCP/IP, mathematical simulation, queuing system

DOI: 10.13142/kt10001.06

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