On Load Balancing in Distributed Telecommunication Systems [chapter]

Per-Oddvar Osland, Peder J. Emstad
2000 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Distributed systems providing telecommunication services, such as IN and TINA, must satisfy strict real-time requirements. Load control and load balancing are two closely connected policies that may be applied to achieve low rejection probability for new calls, maintained response times for accepted calls, and balanced load on available resources. This paper presents requirements and performance measures for dynamic load balancing policies for telecommunication systems, as well as a brief review of the latest research in the field.
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35581-8_28 fatcat:net2fosqvvco5edxj4y77xxgzu