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An Erlang-like law for GPRS/EDGE: setting-up a validation framework on a live network

Abstract : This paper is a contribution to the generic problem of having a simple and accurate analytical model to dimension GSM/(E)GPRS radio cells where voice and data traffic are mixed. Radio resources are assumed to be shared according to the so-called Partial Partitioning scheme where some channels are dedicated to voice, others to data, and the remaining are shared by voice and data. Voice has a total preemption priority over data on the shared part. This work shows how to calibrate an Erlang-like law based on Markovian modeling for this complex sharing resource situation and to validate it against real data. We present a complete validation framework on a live network for a simple and efficient GSM/(E)GPRS analytical tool.
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Georges Nogueira, Bruno Baynat, Pierre Eisenmann, Ahmed Ziram. An Erlang-like law for GPRS/EDGE: setting-up a validation framework on a live network. International Conference on Performance Evaluation Methodologies and Tools (ValueTools'06), Oct 2006, Pisa, Italy. pp.24, ⟨10.1145/1190095.1190125⟩. ⟨hal-01351752⟩

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