Resource sharing for efficiency in traffic systems


Experience has shown that efficiency usually increases when separate traffic systems are combined into a single system. For example, if Group A contains 10 trunks and Group B 8 trunks, there should be fewer blocked calls if A and B are combined into a single group of 18 trunks. It is intuitively clear that the separate systems are less efficient because a… (More)


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