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DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS FOR DESIGN OF INFORMATION EXCHANGE CHARACTERISTICS IN WIDE-BAND NETWORKS FOR INTEGRATED SERVICE OF COMPUTER-AIDED CONTROL (CAC)

By Mufid Khaddad

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The work is concerned with the application of the extremal value method for structural-functional analysis of the design variants in the information exchange system of CAC. The aim is to investigate and develop the analytical-statistical methods and models for designing probable-possible characteristics (PPC) of the information exchange in the integrated service networks of distributed CAC. The extremal value method for description of the descrete and correlated random values has been widened; the model of losses in the finite capacity buffer, analytical-statistical method for design of the loss probability in the finite capacity buffer and also the analytical-statistical method for design for destributing time of the package delivery over virtual channel have been developed. The design formulae for evaluation of the statistical distribution and loss distribution tail area in the finite capacity buffer, design formula of package delivery time distribution, methods for application of the developed approach to the analysis of data at modelling and also software of developed models and algorithms have bben given. It has been shown that the Klienrock's independence hypotheses deflect PPC of the virtual channel in the wide-band integrated service networks. Application field: designing of information exchange networksAvailable from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 09I - Control systems, control theory, 09G - Computer hardware, AUTOMATICS AND TELEAUTOMATICS, COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Year: 1992
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