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Network Traffic Analysis Model,
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The Network Traffic Analysis Model is a fully documented time and event oriented dynamic model which simulates the actions of individual equipment at the macro decision level. All multichannel related equipment in a communications system and their interactions are simulated so as to arrive at an analysis tailored to each individual problem. The basic program is titled the Simulation Model for Interference Analysis of Nodal Systems SIMIANS. SIMIANS consists of many programs which simulate a black box or group of black boxes for each general type of equipment, for example, a message switch. The black boxes are defined with specific equipment characteristics, such as delays, capacities, and other parameters. It is in this manner that specific equipment are simulated, such as an anTYC-39 using step 2 software. Author
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