Towards the Analysis of the Performance Measures of Heterogeneous Networks by Means of Two-Phase Queueing Systems

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Due to a multistage nature of transmission processes in heterogeneous 4G, 5G mobile
networks, multiphase queuing systems become one of the most suitable ways for
the resource allocation algorithms analysis and network investigation. In this paper,
a few scientific papers that approached heterogeneous networks modelling by means
of multiphase queuing systems are reviewed, mentioning the difficulties that arise
with this type of analytical analysis. Moreover, several previously investigated models
are introduced briefly as an example of two-phase systems of finite capacity and
a special structure in discrete time that can be used for analysing resource allocation
schemes based on the main performance measures obtained for wireless heterogeneous
networks. One of the model presents a two-phase tandem queue with a group
arrival flow of requests and a second phase of the complex structure that consists of
parallel finite queues. The second model is a two-phase tandem queue with Markov
modulated geometric arrival and service processes at the first phase and exhaustive
service process at the second phase, which solves a cross-layer adaption problem in
a heterogeneous network.

About the authors

Tatiana Rykova

Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute; Peoples Friendship University of Russia

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ORCID iD: 0000-0002-8561-7514




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