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|Title:||Investigation of congestion dynamics in CCS networks during STP processor overload|
|Citation:||Communications - gateway to globalization : 1995 IEEE International Conference on Communications, 1995 / vol.1, pp.127-131|
|Publisher Place:||New York, N.Y.|
|Conference Name:||ICC '95: 1995 IEEE International Conference on Communications (18 Jun 1995 - 22 Jun 1995 : Seattle)|
|Bruce Northcote, Michael Rumsewicz|
|Abstract:||The traffic carried by common channel signalling (CCS) networks is continually increasing. This, coupled with increasing complexity in services and customer profiles, results in potentially volatile traffic, and can lead to overload in various components of the CCS network. This paper investigates the dynamics of the national option with congestion priorities (NOCP) and international option (IO) congestion control strategies, when they are implemented in a CCS network during a period of signalling transfer point (STP) processor overload. In addition, we study the success of a combined control (CC) which incorporates both the NOCP and IO. We find (1) IO performs well under all the situations studied, and (2) the NOCP performs well in most cases, but is sensitive to the setting of congestion thresholds.|
|Rights:||© 1995 IEEE|
|Appears in Collections:||Electrical and Electronic Engineering publications|
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