Analysis of a random communication network by simulation.
Hung, Nguyen dich
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In this paper a unified presentation is made on the results of various investigators on the properties of random communication networks. These results are interpreted in such a way that the properties may be determined by using a digital computer with the application of the Monte Carlo method. The computer program is written and tested. Results for some networks are compared with theoretical values.
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