Performance models and risk management in communications systems
Gulpinar, Nalan and Harrison, Peter and Rüstem, Berç, eds. (2011) Performance models and risk management in communications systems. Springer Optimization and Its Applications (No.46). New York: Springer New York. ISBN 9781441905345Full text not available from this repository.
This volume covers recent developments in the design, operation, and management of mobile telecommunication and computer systems. Uncertainty regarding loading and system parameters leads to challenging optimization and robustness issues. Stochastic modeling combined with optimization theory ensures the optimum end-to-end performance of telecommunication or computer network systems. In view of the diverse design options possible, supporting models have many adjustable parameters and choosing the best set for a particular performance objective is delicate and time-consuming. An optimization based approach determines the optimal possible allocation for these parameters. Researchers and graduate students working at the interface of telecommunications and operations research will benefit from this book. Due to the practical approach, this book will also serve as a reference tool for scientists and engineers in telecommunication and computer networks who depend upon optimization.
|Divisions:||Faculty of Social Sciences > Warwick Business School > Operational Research & Management Sciences|
|Series Name:||Springer Optimization and Its Applications|
|Publisher:||Springer New York|
|Place of Publication:||New York|
|Editor:||Gulpinar, Nalan and Harrison, Peter and Rüstem, Berç|
|Number of Pages:||257|
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