### Table 4: Call Arrival Rates

1998

"... In PAGE 24: ... The signalling capacity of every processor was set to 200 calls/min. Table4 presents the arrival rates at every node at the end of every phase. The initial solution (Phase 1) violates the signalling capacity constraints for all nodes.... ..."

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### Table 4: Call Arrival Rates

1998

"... In PAGE 25: ... The signalling capacity of every processor was set to 200 calls/min (we do not consider the signalling messages that are generated or terminated at every node in our calculations). Table4 presents the arrival rates at every node at the end of every phase. The initial solution (Phase 1) violates the signalling capacity constraints for all nodes.... ..."

Cited by 32

### Table 4: Call Arrival Rates

"... In PAGE 25: ... The signalling capacity of every processor was set to 200 calls/min (we do not consider the signalling messages that are generated or terminated at every node in our calculations). Table4 presents the arrival rates at every node at the end of every phase. The initial solution (Phase 1) violates the signalling capacity constraints for all nodes.... ..."

### Table 3 shows the arrival rates for each case.

in Approved By

2005

"... In PAGE 57: ... Table3 . Per-case arrival rates of all network call types We note that the arrival rate of each successive one-hop call, after l01,1 is equal to the arrival rate of the previous one-hop call minus the value indicated in the one-hop column of ... In PAGE 57: ...Table 3. Per-case arrival rates of all network call types We note that the arrival rate of each successive one-hop call, after l01,1 is equal to the arrival rate of the previous one-hop call minus the value indicated in the one-hop column of Table3... ..."

### Table 3 shows the arrival rates for each case.

in Approved By

2005

"... In PAGE 56: ... Table3 . Per-case arrival rates of all network call types We note that the arrival rate of each successive one-hop call, after l01,1 is equal to the arrival rate of the previous one-hop call minus the value indicated in the one-hop column of ... In PAGE 56: ...Table 3. Per-case arrival rates of all network call types We note that the arrival rate of each successive one-hop call, after l01,1 is equal to the arrival rate of the previous one-hop call minus the value indicated in the one-hop column of Table3... ..."