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This paper presents a survey of the authors results to discuss the model of a multiservice network with “triple play” (unicast, multicast, and elastic) traffic. The main results are given for the model with multicast traffic. Two service disciplines for multicast traffic are considered in the form of systems with transparent requests. An algorithm for the(More)
In this study, we investigated a signalling load control mechanism for SIP server networks and developed a corresponding queuing model. The so-called hop-by-hop overload control, known from recent IETF drafts and RFCs, was considered and a similar buffer overload control scheme which was developed for the SS7 signalling link in ITU-T Recommendation Q.704,(More)
Hysteretic control of arrivals is one of the most easy-to-implement and effective solutions of overload problems occurring in SIP-servers. A mathematical model of an SIP server based on the queueing system M [X] |G|1L, H|H, R with batch arrivals and two hysteretic loops is being analyzed. This paper proposes two analytical methods for studying performance(More)
The rapid development of services provided on SIP networks not only define the necessity of creating new equipment and standards but also requires the development of new methods and programming software tools for modeling and analyzing the effectiveness of the overload control mechanisms in SIP-server networks. The modeling process utilizes mathematical and(More)