The Adaptive Cross Validation Method-applied to the Control of Circuit Switched Networks

Document type: Conference Papers
Peer reviewed: Yes
Author(s): Anders Svensson
Title: The Adaptive Cross Validation Method-applied to the Control of Circuit Switched Networks
Conference name: Melecon'96
Year: 1996
Pagination: 967-970, vol. 2
ISBN: 0 7803 3109 5
Publisher: IEEE
City: Bari, Italy
Organization: Blekinge Institute of Technology
Department: Dept. of Telecommunications and Mathematics (Institutionen för telekommunikation och matematik)
Dept. of Telecommunications and Mathematics S-37179 Karlskrona
+46 455 38 50 00
Language: English
Abstract: The adaptive cross validation (AVC) method is a very general method for system performance optimization. It can be used in the design phase to determine how a system should be designed, or it could be used during the operational phase to dynamically determine the control of the system. A novel formalism, suitable for presentation of mathematical models in technical publications, is used to formally describe the studied system, which is a circuit switched network. The generality of the method implies that it, is valid for general distributions describing inter-arrival and holding times, as well as for complex routing methods which make an analytical approach infeasible. The method is used for real-time control of two routing algorithm parameters. The results are very satisfactory.
Subject: Telecommunications\General
Keywords: adaptive control, circuit switching, switching networks, telecommunication congestion control, telecommunication network routing
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