Network Performance Management,
Performance DEFINITION: Traffic engineering is a method of optimizing the performance of a telecommunications network by dynamically analyzing, predicting and regulating the behavior of data transmitted over that network. Traffic engineering is also known as teletraffic engineering and traffic management. The techniques of traffic engineering can be applied to networks of all kinds, including the PSTN (public switched telephone
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NETWORK PERFORMANCE DEFINITION (continued): network), LANs (local area networks), WANs (wide area networks), cellular telephone networks, proprietary business and the Internet.The theory of traffic engineering was originally conceived by A.K. Erlang, a Danish mathematician who developed methods of signal traffic measurement in the early 1900s. Traffic engineering makes use of a statistical concept known as the law of large numbers (LLN), which states that as an experiment is repeated, the observed frequency of a specific outcome approaches the theoretical frequency of that outcome over an entire population. In telecommunications terms, Network Performance definition sponsored by SearchTelecom.com, powered by WhatIs.com an online computer dictionary
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