Queuing Theory and Teletraffic Systems

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Queuing theory is the basis for performance evaluation and dimensioning of telecommunication and computer communication networks, road traffic systems, and transport systems in general. This course treats queuing systems with an emphasis on the classical models. The theory is illustrated by problems drawn from telecommunication and computer communication.

PhD students follow the extended version of the course under course code EP3340. The PhD version of the course will be given in P3 2020. Interested students may join the lectured shared by EP2200 already in 2019.

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