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Software Development Lifecycle for Survivable Mobile Telecommunication Systems

Mykoniati Maria, Lambrinoudakis Costas
2021 Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems  
Additionally, the main characteristic of a mobile telecommunication system is that it consists of different types of nodes (ex.  ...  This interconnection and interoperability of network nodes is of high complexity constituting a threat to system survivability.  ...  Acknowledgment This work has been partly supported by the University of Piraeus Research Center.  ... 
doi:10.25046/aj060430 fatcat:pch3tmftojctnfetquw5b6dcmy

Epidemic and cascading survivability of complex networks

M. Manzano, E. Calle, J. Ripoll, A. Manolova Fagertun, V. Torres-Padrosa, S. Pahwa, C. Scoglio
2014 2014 6th International Workshop on Reliable Networks Design and Modeling (RNDM)  
Lastly, results reveal that distinct types of complex networks might react differently under the same multiple failure scenario.  ...  Firstly, we present epidemic survivability (ES), a new network measure that describes the vulnerability of each node of a network under a specific epidemic intensity.  ...  Results have shown that distinct types of complex networks might react differently under the same dynamic multiple failure.  ... 
doi:10.1109/rndm.2014.7014950 fatcat:ngjwadofinhe7o7cftbe5di2fu

Reliable Network Design Problem under Node Failure with Benders Decomposition

Tie Liu, Wenguo Yang, Jun Huang
2014 Applied Mathematics  
The design of telecommunication network with capacity constraints of links, routers and ports of routers is considered in this paper.  ...  We propose a reliable mixed-integer programming (MIP) model with multi-scenario constraints to optimally design a minimum-cost survivable IP network that continues to support a good communication under  ...  Survivable network design deals with the problem of designing telecommunication networks that can survive a specified number of node or link failures.  ... 
doi:10.4236/am.2014.52026 fatcat:77my4b7fsvfwjnfetvlhp57qqe

Survivable mobile phone network architectures: models and solution methods

D. Alveras, M. Grotschel, P. Jonas, U. Paul
1998 IEEE Communications Magazine  
A Q^JQ • f~T ln tms artic ' e we present a mixed-integer programming model M D J I I\/\VM I for the problem of designing a survivable capacitated network; and describe a cutting plane algorithm for its  ...  We suggest two alternative models to deal with failures of single network components.  ...  T he design, dimensioning, and administration of sur vivable telecommunications networks (i.e ; , networks that survive the failure of certain components) are becoming more and more important.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.663332 fatcat:vxjwbjnxl5ef5fzz4g5qy6zxsm

Epidemic and Cascading Survivability of Complex Networks [article]

Marc Manzano, Eusebi Calle, Jordi Ripoll, Anna Manolova Fagertun, Victor Torres-Padrosa, Sakshi Pahwa, Caterina Scoglio
2014 arXiv   pre-print
Lastly, results reveal that distinct types of complex networks might react differently under the same multiple failure scenario.  ...  Firstly, we present epidemic survivability (ES), a new network measure that describes the vulnerability of each node of a network under a specific epidemic intensity.  ...  Results have shown that distinct types of complex networks might react differently under the same dynamic multiple failure.  ... 
arXiv:1405.0455v1 fatcat:wpzhrxdhbzcunlwuorlo2zbnvm

COMPUTERIZED TELECOM NETWORK SPARE PARTS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

2020 International journal of engineering sciences & research technology  
The automated telecom network spares parts management system will provide efficient access to spares parts, reduce downtime of network services due to equipment failure and boost customers satisfaction  ...  No telecom operators can survive without spare parts because it is the life blood for reliable and sustainable network services [1].  ...  These different parts that form telecommunication network use equipment which must be in service always in order to satisfy subscribers.  ... 
doi:10.29121/ijesrt.v9.i9.2020.11 fatcat:jbzrnzjkrreddj5hvjl4ajgzmq

Modeling and Quantifying the Survivability of Telecommunication Network Systems under Fault Propagation [chapter]

Lang Xie, Poul E. Heegaard, Yuming Jiang
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper presents a generic state transition model to quantify the survivability attributes of a telecommunication network under fault propagation.  ...  The results not only are helpful in estimating quantitatively the survivability of a network (design) but also provide insights on choosing among different survivable strategies.  ...  Markov Model for Survivability Quantification A network system that is survivable consists of network design and management procedures to mitigate the effects of failures on the network services.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40552-5_3 fatcat:2r2mghhgjvc3vdhy3p5ezbep54

A brief review of the state of the art in Operational Research in Telecommunications

Pablo Cortés, Jesús Muñuzuri
2008 OR Insight  
Due to these aspects, the advance of telecommunications research has been strongly linked to operations research since its birth.  ...  With this paper we want to acknowledge the serious research carried out in telecommunications from operations research and to encourage an ongoing telecommunications research from an OR perspective and  ...  failure under prescribed conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1057/ori.2008.59 fatcat:vguyrbgre5fbrpjpm3sih6xzaa

A definition for information system survivability

V.R. Westmark
2004 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004. Proceedings of the  
As networks develop into large-scale systems, often critical to personal and business operations, survivability of these systems is imperative.  ...  This paper summarizes the standard or lack of standard methods for defining and computing survivability while providing an easy to reference baseline of the current state.  ...  The function allows for different quantities to be calculated based on the network characteristics such as type of failure (disaster) and goodness of the network.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2004.1265710 dblp:conf/hicss/Westmark04 fatcat:fgec7c3nqrbsnacsrhbwadxk2i

Analysis of Steel Communication Towers in Iraq Under the Effect of Seismic Loading

2019 Eurasian Journal of Science and Engineering  
Accordingly, a specific type of towers with different heights have been selected and analyzed under the effects of seismic loading using both equivalent static and response spectrum methods and then the  ...  The telecommunication industry launched in Iraq two decades ago through three mobile network operators which are holding national licenses; Korek Telecom, Zain Iraq and Asiacell.  ...  survive under small and reasonable seismic actions.  ... 
doi:10.23918/eajse.v5i1p36 fatcat:dom3tpvzdnbbjjgzd3i4ixbndy

Survivability in optical networks

S. Subramaniam, Dongyun Zhou
2000 IEEE Network  
Survivability, the ability of a network to withstand and recover from failures, is one of the most important requirements of networks.  ...  This article takes a look at the techniques used to achieve survivability in traditional optical networks, and how those techniques are evolving to make next-generation WDM networks survivable. W W  ...  In order to design a survivable optical network, one must lay out the possible failures under which the network must be survivable.  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.885666 fatcat:bc26g5du65e4dnahyxjbsihrzi

Supporting differentiated survivability services in WDM optical networks

Anna Tzanakaki, George Markidis, Kostas Katrinis
2008 2008 10th Anniversary International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks  
Optical networks are currently widely employed to support a variety of telecommunications and other applications.  ...  More specifically the use and suitability of WDM to support differentiated survivability requirements of traffic generated by different applications are investigated.  ...  Therefore, in a network environment such as the new global and business oriented internet an important requirement will be to provide differentiated survivability services to different types of traffic  ... 
doi:10.1109/icton.2008.4598658 fatcat:glfohpfv5nhibnvke4vn3x7s4e

A Synthesis of Optimization Approaches for Tackling Critical Information Infrastructure Survivability [chapter]

Annunziata Esposito Amideo, Maria Paola Scaparra
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
allocation strategy and survivable design.  ...  This paper discusses some recent developments in optimization models regarding CII's ability to withstand disruptive events within three main spheres: network survivability assessment, network resource  ...  Planning Survivable Networks: Design Models Given the crucial importance of CII to the vast majority of economic activities and services, telecommunication and information systems are designed in such  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-71368-7_7 fatcat:fstczl72wbh3jogsozohfzqbv4

Robust fiber-optic sensor networks

Rosa Ana Perez-Herrera, Montserrat Fernandez-Vallejo, Manuel Lopez-Amo
2012 Photonic Sensors  
The ability to operate despite failure will become increasingly important as the use of optical sensor networks grows, and the amount of sensing information to be handled by a sensor network is increasing  ...  In this review, the four categories of protection to allow service to be reestablished after a failure (dedicated/shared and line/path) are thoroughly discussed.  ...  Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits any use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author(s)  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13320-012-0083-2 fatcat:cnbzbmqoxjgtlnlj7oxcujynga

Critical Routers Identification to Handle Distribution Fiber Failure in Wireless Optical Broadband Access Network (WOBAN)

Uma Rathore Bhatt, Sparsh Sadafal, Kishan Chaurasiya, Ayush Awasthi
2020 Procedia Computer Science  
Due to va networks, WOBAN has been a recent attraction for various researchers. Survivability is one of the critical issue in WOBAN due to its high speed characteristics.  ...  Due to va networks, WOBAN has been a recent attraction for various researchers. Survivability is one of the critical issue in WOBAN due to its high speed characteristics.  ...  A FiWi network primarily undermines its survivability due to these specific reasons: 1-Failure of the components-This type of failure is generally due to the failure of compone to the FiWi , like the splitter  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2020.04.236 fatcat:m6kv43tuwfddnmagb72q56epu4
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