Network Design, Modelling and Performance Evaluation
Designed for ICT professionals involved in the planning, design, development, testing and operation of network services, this book is ideal for self-teaching. It will help readers evaluate a network situation and identify the most important aspects to be monitored and analysed. The author provides a detailed step by step methodological approach to network design from the analysis of the initial network requirements to architecture design, modeling, simulation and evaluation, with a special focus on statistical and queuing models. The chapters are structured as a series of independent modules that can be combined for designing university courses. Practice exercises are given for selected chapters, and case studies will take the reader through the whole network design process.
About the Author
Quoc-Tuan Vien is a Senior Lecturer within the Faculty of Science and Technology, Middlesex University, London, UK. His research interests include physical layer security, network coding,non-orthogonal multiple access, energy harvesting, spectrum sensing, device-to-device communications, relay networks, cognitive radio networks, heterogeneous networks, wireless network-on-chip, public safety networks, and cloud radio access networks. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Fellow of the HEA. He is an Editor of International Journal of Digital Multimedia Broadcasting and a Guest Editor of EAI Endorsed Transactions on Industrial Networks and Intelligent Systems. He is also a TPC member and reviewer of many IEEE conferences and journals.
Written with ICT professionals in mind. This book is aimed at researchers and engineers involved in the planning, design, development, testing and operation of network services. A must-read for Lecturers and students (Master, PhD) in ICTs (communications, computer and networking engineering).