Modeling and Simulation Tools for Emerging Telecommunication Networks contains over 20 articles by well-known scientists and engineers reflecting the advances in modeling and simulation for telecommunications in the last five years. Their research covers a broad spectrum of topics including; analytic and hybrid cores for quick solutions of network design performance evaluation problems; multimedia traffic behavior in different time scales; improvement of the quality of the statistical analysis tools imbedded in simulation products; combining source and lower-layer models into two-layer or three-layer traffic models; mobile and satellite communcations propagation models and wide-band optical networks propagation models; verification and validation problems, rare-event simulation and accelerated simulation methods. The book covers four primary topics: multilayer traffic and multimedia traffic behavior; quality of simulations; accelerated simulation methods; and verification, validation and credibility of simulations and will be an essential reference for practicing engineers and academic researchers.

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