By Laurent Decreusefond

This ebook addresses the stochastic modeling of telecommunication networks, introducing the most mathematical instruments for that goal, equivalent to Markov strategies, actual and spatial aspect approaches and stochastic recursions, and proposing a large checklist of effects on balance, performances and comparability of systems.

The authors suggest a accomplished mathematical development of the principles of stochastic community concept: Markov chains, non-stop time Markov chains are broadly studied utilizing an unique martingale-based method. a whole presentation of stochastic recursions from an ergodic theoretical viewpoint can be supplied, in addition to spatial element processes.

utilizing those simple instruments, balance standards, functionality measures and comparability ideas are bought for a large type of types, from the canonical M/M/1 and G/G/1 queues to extra subtle structures, together with the present “hot issues” of spatial radio networking, OFDMA and real-time networks.

Contents

1. Introduction.

half 1: Discrete-time Modeling

2. Stochastic Recursive Sequences.

three. Markov Chains.

four. desk bound Queues.

five. The M/GI/1 Queue.

half 2: Continuous-time Modeling

6. Poisson Process.

7. Markov Process.

eight. platforms with Delay.

nine. Loss Systems.

half three: Spatial Modeling

10. Spatial aspect Processes.

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G. for Φ = 1{a} . – Let O be an ergodic quadruple. Any event A ∈ B(F Z ) such that A = θ−1 A is trivial: P (A) = 0 or 1. Proof. For any integer n ∈ N, we deﬁne Fn0 = σ{Xk , k ≤ n}, where Xn is the nth coordinate map, and Wn = E 1A | Fn0 . s. and in L1 to 1A . info Stochastic Recursive Sequences 27 assume that Wn = W0 ◦ θn . If a sequence (un , n ∈ N) converges to a limit, then its Cesaro averages also converge to the same limit. Thus, 1 n n n→∞ Wk −−−−→ 1A . 4]. It follows that the random variable 1A is constant, hence the result.

In fact, the sequence M has an easy interpretation. Let Wn0 , n ∈ N be the SRS descending from 0 and driven by ϕ. s. Mn = Wn0 ◦ θ−n . s. Mn+1 (ω) = ϕ(Mn (θ−1 ω), θ−1 ω) = ϕ(Wn0 ◦ θ−n ◦ θ−1 ω, θn θ−(n+1) ω) 0 = Wn+1 (θ−(n+1) ω). info Stochastic Recursive Sequences 31 In a concrete manner, Mn is the value at the instant 0 of the sequence W 0 when descending from 0 at the instant −n and using as stimulus, the values of X−n , X−n+1 , . . , X0 . For this reason, we call the construction of Loynes a backwards recurrence scheme.

Since Pi (X1 = j) = p(i, j), we see that (ui , i = 1, · · · , 7) is the solution of the linear system 6 u3 = 1, u7 = 0, ui = p(i, j)uj for i ∈ {3; 7}. j=1 Solving this system gives u1 = 7/12, u2 = 3/4, u4 = 5/12, u5 = 2/3, u6 = 5/6. Without cheese and battery, let us now calculate the mean hitting time of box 3. For any i ∈ {1, · · · , 7}, set vi = Ei [τ3 ]. It is clear v3 = 0. Moreover, for i = 3, we have 7 Ei [τ3 ] = Ei [τ3 | X1 = j] p(i, j). j=1 For the trajectory ω = (1, 2, 5, 2, 5, 6, 3, .