Functional Structures in Networks: AMLn- A Language for by Thomas G. Muth

By Thomas G. Muth

The e-book describes a mode for growing types of telecom structures. the strategy is meant for training community architects and architects. this technique emphasizes modeling the (very advanced) useful constitution of networks in a manner that's self sustaining of any and software program layout method. the tactic additionally permits designers to precise their version in major perspectives: a standard view and a approach view that takes protocols and community configuration matters under consideration. the assumption is to hold a solid view (the well-known) within the context of continuous alterations and massive diversifications in the process view. the anticipated merits are huge discounts in telecom structures improvement and upkeep. The terminology is area specified, i.e., in keeping with de-facto telecom terminology. All strategies which are utilized in modeling are good outlined. the aim of utilizing a telecom-oriented terminology rather than industry-standard tools for software program and protocol layout (e.g., UML and SDL) is with the intention to create versions which are expressive and intelligible for community architects and architects. types are created as graphical versions that express the sensible and actual constitution of networks at varied degrees of info. details on houses, together with habit is hooked up to the versions. a pretty small set of symbols is utilized in modeling.

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AMLn therefore separates layer elements in one part that handles message reception and sending (the agent part), and another part (the actor part) that takes actions as a result of users requests and reception of a correct message, as depicted in Fig. 15. Through this separation, agents handle interfaces to connectivity layers and actors handle interfaces to using layer elements. Connectivity layers: ( Layer ) ^ . _ ^ element X Layer ^ element . O "I I r - Control layers: /^ Layer ^ ^ yelementy / Agenf^AAIXActoi^ ^ (AG),i V(AC)A

AMLn defmes them as meta-primitives (see Fig. 19). Meta primitive is: f \ Meta primitive is: r-invokeOrder(ESMidentity, LSMevent) \ l-invokeOrder(ESMidentity, LSMevent) Message that encodes every element of the meta-primitive Fig. ). Every actor-agent interface of a control layer can be specified by using these two primitives (or some user-defined specialization of them). 19 shows the simplest form of meta-primitives (AMLn defines a few more parameters, see Appendix B). , to encode every information element of a meta-primitive into some message format.

L39 The LPM for an ISDN call-handUng layer. LE=local exchange; SCP=service control point; SSP=service switching point; TE=terminal; TR=transit exchange; TU=terminal user 44 1 Introduction to Network System Modeling The assumed structure consists of terminals (TE), local exchanges (LE), etc. The corresponding LSM looks as in Fig. 40. Note that since it consists of element state machines (ESM) that reside in actors only, this model exists in the L A C - N plane only. LAC A TU INAP FO-, SCP resources TE resources "V all/DSSlL3/ K IIT-ROSH ^ A TU -I TE 1

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