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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