Item description for Functional Structures in Networks: AMLn - A Language for Model Driven Development of Telecom Systems (Signals and Communication Technology) by Thomas G. Muth...
The book describes a method for creating models of telecom systems. The method is intended for practitioning network architects and designers. The method emphasizes modelling the (very complex) functional structure of networks in a way that is independent of any hardware and software design methodology. The method allows designers to express their model in two main views: a generic view and a system view that takes protocols and network configuration issues in account. The idea is to retain a stable view (the generic) in the context of constant changes and large variations within the system view. The expected benefits are large savings in telecom systems development and maintenance. The terminology is domain unique, i.e. based on de-facto telecom terminology. All concepts that are used in modelling are well defined. The purpose with using a telecom-oriented terminology instead of industry-standard methods for software and protocol design (e.g. UML and SDL) is to be able to create models that are expressive and intelligible for network architects and designers. Models are created as graphical models that show the functional and physical structure of networks on different levels of details. Information on properties, including behaviour, are attached to models. A fairly small set of symbols are used in modelling.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.5" Width: 6" Height: 0.8" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Release Date Aug 5, 2005
ISBN 3540225455 ISBN13 9783540225454
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