You are previewing Integrated Models for Information Communication Systems and Networks.
O'Reilly logo
Integrated Models for Information Communication Systems and Networks

Book Description

With current advancements in the modeling and simulation of systems and networks, researchers and developers are better able to determine the probable state of current systems and envision the state of future systems during the design stage. The uses and accuracies of these models are essential to every aspect of communication systems. Integrated Models for Information Communication Systems and Networks: Design and Development explores essential information and current research findings on information communication systems and networks. This reference source aims to assist professionals in the desire to enhance their knowledge of modeling at systems level with the aid of modern software packages.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Copyright Page
  4. Editorial Advisory Board and List of Reviewers
    1. Editorial Advisory Board
    2. List of Reviewers
  5. Preface
  6. Section 1: Networks and Information Processes
    1. Chapter 1: Principles of Modeling in Information Communication Systems and Networks
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. FUNDAMENTALS OF MODELS AND MODELING
      3. MODEL CLASSIFICATIONS
      4. MODEL STRUCTURES
      5. METHODOLOGICAL BASIS OF FORMALIZING COMPLEX SYSTEMS STRUCTURES
      6. COMPONENT MODELING
      7. STAGES OF MATHEMATICAL MODEL FORMATION
      8. SIMULATION
      9. ANALYTIC MODELS (AM)
      10. IMITATION MODELS (IM)
      11. CONCLUSION
    2. Chapter 2: Numerical Methods of Multifractal Analysis in Information Communication Systems and Networks
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. THEORY OF FRACTALS AND MULTIFRACTALS
      4. WAVELET TRANSFORM MODULUS MAXIMA METHOD
      5. WTMM ALGORITHM FOR ESTIMATING MULTIFRACTAL SPECTRAL PARAMETERS
      6. MULTIFRACTAL ANALYSIS IN THE DETECTION OF TELECOMMUNICATION TRAFFIC ANOMALIES
      7. ESTIMATION OF THE IMPACT OF TRAFFIC MULTIFRACTALITY ON QUEUING PERFORMANCE IN TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS
      8. THE MONOFRACTAL TRAFFIC
      9. MODEL OF QUEUING WITH TRAFFIC DESCRIBED BY FRACTAL BROWNIAN MOTION (FBM)
      10. TRAFFIC MULTIFRACTAL INFLUENCE ESTIMATION ON QUEUING PERFORMANCE
      11. APPROXIMATION OF QUEUE’S TAIL PROBABILITY
      12. ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY FOR FUNCTIONS AND IN THE CASE OF ARBITRARY MULTIFRACTAL INBOUND PROCESS
      13. NUMERICAL RESULTS
      14. CONCLUSION
    3. Chapter 3: The Switched Local Area Networks’ Delay Problem
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. BACKGROUND
      4. THE DELAYS IN COMPUTER NETWORKS
      5. SWITCHED LOCAL AREA NETWORKS AND THE NETWORK DELAY PROBLEM
      6. MITIGATING THE EFFECTS OF THE SWITCHED LOCAL AREA NETWORKS’ DELAY PROBLEM
      7. MODELING OF TRAFFIC FLOWS IN COMMUNICATION NETWORKS FOR NETWORK DELAY COMPUTATION PURPOSES: NETWORK CALCULUS VERSUS TRADITIONAL QUEUING THEORY
      8. NETWORK CALCULUS
      9. TRADITIONAL QUEUING THEORY
      10. NETWORK TRAFFIC MODELING: THE ARRIVAL CURVE APPROACH
      11. LEAKY BUCKET CONTROLLER
      12. TRAFFIC STREAM CHARACTERIZATION
      13. DEFINITION OF BURSTINESS CONSTRAINT
      14. BURSTY TRAFFIC AND NETWORK DELAYS
      15. ELEMENTARY NETWORK COMPONENTS THAT CAN BE USED TO MODEL A PACKET SWITCH
      16. MAXIMUM DELAY MODEL OF A PACKET SWITCH
      17. DESCRIPTION OF THE MAXIMUM DELAY MODEL
      18. MATHEMATICAL EQUIVALENT OF THE MAXIMUM DELAY MODEL OF A SWITCH
      19. RECEIVE BUFFER
      20. CONSTANT DELAY LINE
      21. FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVED MULTIPLEXER (FCFS MUX)
      22. FIRST-IN-FIRST-OUT (FIFO) QUEUE
      23. TRANSMISSION DELAY
      24. PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE MAXIMUM DELAY MODEL OF A PACKET SWITCH
      25. CONCLUSION
      26. FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
    4. Chapter 4: A Voice-Enabled Framework for Recommender and Adaptation Systems in E-Learning
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. BACKGROUND
      4. REVIEW OF EXISTING SYSTEMS
      5. MOTIVATION FOR THE STUDY
      6. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
      7. THE VEFRA FRAMEWORK
      8. ELICITATION OF REQUIREMENTS
      9. THE VOICE-ENABLED FRAMEWORK
      10. ONTOLOGY-BASED MODEL OF VEFRA FRAMEWORK
      11. THE EDUCATION ONTOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
      12. APPLICATION ARCHITECTURE
      13. SYSTEMS IMPLEMENTATION
      14. BENEFITS OF VEFRA
      15. VEFRA EVALUATION
      16. RESEARCH DESIGN
      17. EVALUATION RESULTS
      18. FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION OF VEFRA USABILITY EVALUATION
      19. USABILITY EVALUATION
      20. FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
      21. CONCLUSION
    5. Chapter 5: Signals with an Additive Fractal Structure for Information Transmission
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF FRACTAL FUNCTIONS WITH AN ADDITIVE STRUCTURE
      4. INCOMMENSURABILITY OF FREQUENCIES OF THE WEIERSTRASS ROW AS THE PRINCIPAL REASON OF AN IRREGULARITY OF ITS TEMPORAL IMPLEMENTATIONS
      5. TRUNCATION OF THE FREQUENCY BAND OCCUPIED BY SIGNALS WITH AN ADDITIVE FRACTAL STRUCTURE
      6. THE FRACTAL SIGNAL ON THE BASIS OF WEIERSTRASS SERIES WITH A MODIFIED SPECTRUM
      7. THE FRACTAL SIGNAL ON THE BASIS OF THE ALIGNED WEIERSTRASS SERIES
      8. EXPERIMENTS ON TRANSMISSION OF THE VOICE SIGNALS BY MEANS OF FRACTAL SIGNALS ON THE BASIS OF WEIERSTRASS SERIES
      9. FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
      10. CONCLUSION
    6. Chapter 6: TCP/IP Protocol-Based Model for Increasing the Efficiency of Data Transfer in Computer Networks
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. ANALYSIS OF THE FEATURES OF NETWORK DATA TRANSFER AND METHODS OF INCREASING THEIR EFFICIENCY
      4. DESIGNING SIMULATION MODELS FOR INVESTIGATING THE EFFICIENCY OF DATA TRANSFER ON PHYSICAL LAYERS, NETWORK LAYERS AND TRANSPORT LAYERS
      5. DETERMINING THE CHANGES OF EFFECTIVE BANDWIDTH CAPACITY ON THE NETWORKS PARAMETERS DUE TO WORKLOAD AND THE MODE OF DATA EXCHANGE IN LAN
      6. THE IMPACT OF METHOD OF DATA TRANSFER ON THE PERFORMANCE EFFICIENCY OF CORPORATE NETWORKS
      7. DEVELOPED METHOD OF INCREASING THE EFFICIENCY OF DATA TRANSFER BASED ON THE RESULT OF THE RESEARCH
      8. SOLUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
      9. FUTURE RESEARCH
      10. CONCLUSION
    7. Chapter 7: Validating the INTERPRETOR Software Architecture for the Interpretation of Large and Noisy Data Sets
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. THE INTERPRETOR SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE
      4. APPLICATIONS OF THE INTERPRETOR SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE
      5. VALIDATION OF THE INTERPRETOR SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE
      6. CONCLUSION
    8. Chapter 8: Modeling Maintenance Productivity Measurement
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. APPROACHES TO MODELING MAINTENANCE PRODUCTIVITY
      4. GRAPHICAL APPROACH
      5. SYSTEMS DYNAMICS APPROACH
      6. THE COMPOSITE APPROACH
      7. THE QUEUING THEORY APPROACH
      8. THE ERLANG MAINTENANCE SERVICE TIME
      9. WEIBULL DISTRIBUTION - MEAN TIME TO FAILURE
      10. GENERATION OF SIMULATION DATA
      11. SINGLE BREAKDOWN QUEUE AND MULTIPLE MAINTENANCE TEAM
      12. FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTION
      13. CONCLUSION
  7. Section 2: Information Communication and Engineering
    1. Chapter 9: Modeling of Packet Streaming Services in Information Communication Networks
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. 1. PROPERTIES OF STREAMING SERVICES
      4. 2. STREAMING VIDEO QUALITY ESTIMATION SOFTWARE
      5. 3. EFFECT OF NOISE STABILITY ON THE QUALITY OF H.264/AVC STANDARD STREAMING VIDEO
      6. 4. SIMULATION RESULTS
      7. 5. MARKOV MODEL OF PACKETIZATION OF ERRORS: SIMULATION RESULTS
      8. CONCLUSION
    2. Chapter 10: Mathematical Models of Video-Sequences of Digital Half-Tone Images
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. TWO-DIMENSIONAL CAUSAL DISCRETE-VALUED MARKOV PROCESS
      4. MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF THE TWO-DIMENSIONAL BINARY MARKOV IMAGE
      5. BBI MATHEMATICAL MODELS WITH VICINITY OF FOUR ELEMENTS
      6. THE ALGORITHM OF MARKOV BBI FORMATION
      7. THE MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF THE DHTI
      8. MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF BBI VIDEO-SEQUENCES
      9. THE ALGORITHM OF FORMATION OF THE MARKOV BBI SEQUENCE
      10. MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF VIDEO-SEQUENCE OF MARKOV DHTI
      11. MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF TWO STATISTICALLY CORRELATED BBI SEQUENCES
      12. THE ALGORITHM OF FORMATION OF STATISTICALLY CORRELATED SEQUENCES OF MARKOV BBI
      13. MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF TWO STATISTICALLY CORRELATED DHTI VIDEO-SEQUENCES
      14. THE APPROACH TO CONSTRUCT THE MM OF STATISTICALLY CORRELATED DHTI VIDEO-SEQUENCES OF THE BASIS OF THE H-DIMENSIONAL MULTI-VALUED MP
      15. CONCLUSION
      16. DIRECTIONS OF FURTHER RESEARCHES AND DEVELOPMENTS
      17. APPENDIX
    3. Chapter 11: Performance Analysis of Multi-Antenna Relay Networks over Nakagami-m Fading Channel
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. 1. INTRODUCTION
      3. LITERATURE REVIEW
      4. 2. SYSTEM MODEL
      5. 3. PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
      6. 4. OPTIMIZATION PROBLEM
      7. 5. SIMULATION RESULTS
      8. FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
      9. CONCLUSION
    4. Chapter 12: A Generic Method for the Reliable Calculation of Large-Scale Fading in an Obstacle-Dense Propagation Environment
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. BACKGROUND
      3. WIRELESS CHANNEL CHARACTERIZATION: OPEN ISSUES
      4. INDOOR PROPAGATION TOPOLOGIES
      5. SITE-SPECIFIC VALIDATION OF INDOOR PATH LOSS MODELS
      6. ITU INDOOR PATH LOSS MODEL
      7. LARGE-SCALE VARIATIONS OF AVERAGE RECEIVED POWER
      8. MULTI-WALL-FLOOR MODEL
      9. A NOVEL EMPIRICAL METHOD FOR THE CALCULATION OF SHADOWING DEVIATION
      10. FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
      11. CONCLUSION
    5. Chapter 13: Development of Nonlinear Filtering Algorithms of Digital Half-Tone Images
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. EQUATIONS OF ONE-DIMENSION NONLINEAR FILTERING OF THE DISCRETE-VALUE MARKOVIAN PROCESSES
      4. SYNTHESIS OF A DEVICE FOR ONE-DIMENSION NONLINEAR FILTERING OF BIT BINARY IMAGES
      5. ONE-DIMENSION NONLINEAR DHTI FILTERING
      6. ANALYSIS OF NOISE-IMMUNITY OF THE ONE-DIMENSION DHTI FILTERING ALGORITHM
      7. STABILITY OF ALGORITHMS OF THE ONE-DIMENSION NONLINEAR DHTI FILTERING TO INACCURACY OF A PRIORI DATA
      8. EQUATIONS OF TWO-DIMENSION NONLINEAR DHTI FILTERING
      9. THE STRUCTURE OF THE DEVICE FOR TWO-DIMENSION NONLINEAR DHTI FILTERING
      10. THE NOISE IMMUNITY ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHMS FOR TWO-DIMENSION NONLINEAR DHTI FILTERING
      11. NONLINEAR FILTERING OF THE DHTI VIDEO-SEQUENCE
      12. SYNTHESIS OF THE DEVICE FOR NONLINEAR FILTERING OF THE DHTI VIDEO-SEQUENCE
      13. CONCLUSION
      14. DIRECTIONS OF FURTHER RESEARCHES AND DEVELOPMENTS
    6. Chapter 14: Performance Analysis of Traffic and Mobility Models on Mobile and Vehicular Ad Hoc Wireless Networks
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. DYNAMIC SOURCE ROUTING PROTOCOL
      4. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
      5. SIMULATION PARAMETERS
      6. SIMULATION RESULTS
      7. CONCLUSION
      8. FUTURE RESEARCH
    7. Chapter 15: Modeling of Quantum Key Distribution System for Secure Information Transfer
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. 1. QUANTUM KEY DISTRIBUTION
      3. 2. COMMERCIAL QKD SYSTEMS WITH THE PHASE CODING OF STATES OF PHOTONS
      4. 3. STRUCTURE OF COMMERCIAL QKD SYSTEMS
      5. 4. GENERALIZED STRUCTURE OF QUANTUM KEY DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM WITH PHASE CODING OF PHOTONS STATES
      6. 5. MODEL OF INFORMATION SECURITY INFRASTRUCTURE WITH QUANTUM KEY DISTRIBUTION
      7. 6. ESTIMATION OF THE REDUCING OF KEY RATE GENERATION AT THE PHYSICAL LEVEL
      8. 7. ESTIMATION OF THE REDUCING OF KEY RATE GENERATION AT THE LOGICAL LEVEL
      9. 8. THE RATE OF A SECRET KEY SEQUENCE GENERATION
      10. CONCLUSION
    8. Chapter 16: ANFIS Modeling of Dynamic Load Balancing in LTE
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. OVERVIEW OF 3GPP LTE
      4. REVIEW OF ANFIS MODELLING
      5. BASIC ANFIS ARCHITECTURE
      6. HYBRID LEARNING ALGORITHM
      7. LOAD BALANCING SYSTEM MODEL AND METRIC
      8. LOAD METRIC
      9. DESIGN OF LOAD BALANCING INFERENCE SCHEME
      10. SIMULATION RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
      11. CONCLUSION
    9. Chapter 17: Neural Network Control of a Laboratory Magnetic Levitator
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. 1. INTRODUCTION
      3. 2. MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF THE MAGLEV SYSTEM
      4. 3. LINEAR STATE FEEDBACK CONTROLLER DESIGN
      5. 4. NEURAL NETWORK CONTROLLER DESIGN
      6. 5. SIMULATION RESULTS
      7. CONCLUSION
    10. Chapter 18: Constitutive Modeling of Wind Energy Potential of Selected Sites in Nigeria
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. MATERIALS AND METHODS
      4. MODELING TOOLS
      5. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
      6. CONCLUSION
    11. Chapter 19: Cross-Layer Optimization in OFDM Wireless Communication Network
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. INTRODUCTION
      3. BACKGROUND
      4. OVERVIEW OF OFDM
      5. BENEFITS OF OFDM
      6. FADING CHANNEL
      7. FLAT FADING
      8. FREQUENCY SELECTIVE FADING
      9. FAST FADING
      10. SLOW FADING
      11. CROSS-LAYER OPTIMIZATION FOR OFDM WIRELESS NETWORK
      12. BENEFITS OF CROSS-LAYER OPTIMIZATION
      13. RESOURCE ALLOCATION
      14. MAXIMUM CAPACITY (MC) BASED RESOURCE ALLOCATION
      15. SUBCARRIER ALLOCATION
      16. POWER ALLOCATION
      17. MAXIMUM WEIGHTED CAPACITY (MWC) BASED RESOURCE ALLOCATION
      18. OPTIMAL SUBCARRIER ALLOCATION
      19. OPTIMAL POWER ALLOCATION
      20. SIMULATIONS, RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS
      21. SOLUTIONS AND RECOMENDATIONS
      22. FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTION
      23. CONCLUSION
  8. Compilation of References
  9. About the Contributors