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Modelowanie przelewowego ruchu Pascala

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Modelling overflow Pascal traffic
Krajowe Sympozjum Telekomunikacji i Teleinformatyki (26-28.06.2019 ; Wrocław, Polska)
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W artykule zaprezentowano rezultaty badań dotyczące wpływu zmian własności ruchu oferowanego na dokładność wyznaczania parametrów ruchu przelewanego w hierarchicznych systemach z ruchem wielousługowym. Rozważanym systemom oferowane były strumienie ruchu typu Pascala. Podczas badań określono wpływ zmian ilości źródeł, natężenia ruchu oferowanego przez poszczególne klasy, a także zmian natężenia ruchu oferowanego przez pojedyncze wolne źródło. Wnioski prezentowane w artykule zostały oparte na wyznaczonych błędach względnych wartości ruchu spływającego otrzymanego symulacyjnie oraz na podstawie obliczeń analitycznych.
In this paper, impact of changes in parameters of offered traffic on the accuracy of determining the parameters of overflow traffic in hierarchy systems with multiservice traffic was presented. Pascal type traffic streams were offered to the considered systems. The study investigated the impact of changes in the number of sources, intensity of traffic offered by individual classes, as well as changes in the traffic offered by single free source. The presented results are based on determined relative errors of the values of overflow traffic obtained in simulations and on the basis of calculations.
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