RAE305 TeletrafficTheory

Code RAE305
Name TeletrafficTheory
Status Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice
Level and type Undergraduate Studies, Academic
Field of study Electronics and Telecommunications
Faculty
Academic staff Ingrīda Lavrinoviča, Viktors Zagorskis
Credit points 3.0 (4.5 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation The course gives knowledge and skills of modelling, analysis and simulation of telecommunication networks as mass service systems. Dealing with M/M/1, M/M/k systems analytically. The use of Markov chains as mathematical models. Acquiring skills in simulation of systems with Petrie nets and other simple simulating tools (Java Simulation TOOLS). .
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
The goal of the course is to ensure that the results of the study course are reached. The objectives of the course are the following: To acquire skills of modelling, analysis and evaluation of mass service systems with the help of Markov process; To acquire skills to numerically solve LDVS and LAVS, that describe Markov process and evaluate performance of the systems; To acquire skills to use analytical models, evaluate simple and complex queues that are used in modelling of networks and protocols; Mathematical modelling of various telecommunication systems and their traffic, Acquire skills to use system simulating methods with the help of Petrie nets.
Learning outcomes
and assessment
Students are able to use analytical solutions to perform analysis of simple and complicated queues as models of telecommunications networks and protocols - Exam Test Homework
Students are able to perform network traffic modelling - Test Homework
Students are able to use numerical methods to perform analysis of simple and complicated queues as models of telecommunications networks and protocols - Exam Test Homework
Students are able to use Petri Networks for simulation of simple and complicated queues as models of telecommunications networks and protocols - Exam Test Homework
Students are able to use other Simulation Tools (JMT) for simulation of simple and complicated queues as models of telecommunications - Exam Test Homework
Course prerequisites Calculus, Probability theory and Statistics

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