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Modelling of multiservice switching networks with overflow links for any traffic class

Modelling of multiservice switching networks with overflow links for any traffic class

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This study proposes a new analytical model of a multi-service switching network with overflow links with finite capacity in the first stage of the network. The proposed model assumes that overflow links can service a number of selected call classes from among all classes offered to the network. A particular attention is given to the method for a determination of the effective availability parameter for networks with overflow links. The proposed model can be also used to determine the dependence between the internal blocking probability and the capacity of overflow links. A relevant simulation study has confirmed high accuracy of the proposed method as well as the applicability of the model in engineering practice, in modelling of multi-stage switching networks both optical and electronic.

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