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Table Of Contents

1.1. Introduction
1.2.1. Purpose of Analysis
1.2.2. Basic Central Office Linkages
1.2.3. Outside Plant versus Inside Plant
1.3. Switching System Hierarchy
1.4.1. Stored Program Control Switching Systems
1.4.2. Digital Switching System Fundamentals
1.4.3 Building Blocks of a Digital Switching System
1.4.4. Basic Call Processing
1.5. Summary
2.1.1. Scope
2.2.1. Level 1 Control
2.2.2. Level 2 Control
2.2.3. Level 3 Control
2.2.4. Basic Functions of Interface Controller
2.2.5. Basic Functions of Network Control Processor
2.2.6. Basic Functions of Central Processor
2.2.7. Call Processing
2.2.8. Control Architectures
2.2.9. Multiplexed Highways
2.3.1. Space-Division Switching
2.3.2. Time-Division Switching
2.3.3. Space-Time-Space (STS) Switching
2.3.4. Time - Space-Time (TST) Switching
2.3.5. Time-Time-Time (TTT) Switching
2.4. Programmable Junctors
2.5 Network Redundancy
2.6. Summary
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Scope
3.3. Downtimes in Digital Switching Systems
3.4 Purpose of Reliability Analysis
3.5.1. Failure Tree Analysis
3.5.2. Reliability-Diagram-Based Analysis
3.5.3. System Reliability Diagram
3.5.4 Markov-Chain-Based Analysis
3.5.5 State Transition Diagrams and Markov Models
3.5.6 Simple Markov Models
3.6.1. Markov Model of a Detection Failure
3.6.2. Markov Model of a Coverage Failure
3.6.3. Markov Model of Diagnostic and Recovery Failures
3.6.4. Sensitivity Analysis
3.7. Summary
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Scope
4.3.1. State Transition Diagram
4.4.1. State Transition Diagram
4.5.1. State Transition Diagram
4.6.1 State Transition Diagram
4.7. System Downtimes Due to All Hardware Failures
4.8. Line and Trunk Downtimes
4.9 Call Cutoffs
4.10. Ineffective Machine Attempt
4.11. Partial Downtimes
4.12. Summary
5.1. Introduction
5.2. Scope
5.3.1. Operating Systems
5.3.2. Database Management
5.3.3. Concept of Generic Program
5.3.4. Software Architecture for Level 1 Control
5.3.5. Software Architecture for Level 2 Control
5.3.6. Software Architecture for Level 3 Control
5.3.7. Digital Switching System Software Classification
5.4.1. Connect Sequence
5.4.2. Disconnect Sequence
5.5. Software Linkages during a Call
5.6.1. Feature Flow Diagrams
5.6.2. Feature Interaction
5.7. Summary
6.1. Introduction
6.2. Scope
6.3. Life Cycle of Switching System Software
6.4. Software Development
6.5.1. Result Validation and Recording
6.5.2. Requirements Specifications
6.5.3. High-Level and Low-Level Design
6.5.4. Coding
6.5.5. Software Testing
6.5.6. Software Deployment
6.6. Overall Scoring
6.7.1. TheCMM
6.7.2. The ISO Model
6.7.3. Bellcores RQGR Methodology
6.8. Summary
7.1 Introduction
7.2. Scope
7.3. Software Maintenance
7.4. Interfaces of a Typical Digital Switching System Central Office
7.5. System Outage and Its Impact on Digital Switching System Reliability
7.6.1. Embedded Patcher Concept
7.7.1. Generic Program Upgrade
7.8. A Methodology for Reporting and Correction of Field Problems
7.9. Diagnostic Capabilities for Proper Maintenance of Digital Switching Systems
7.10.1. Firmware-Software Coupling
7.11.1. Upgrade Process Success Rate
7.11.2. Number of Patches Applied per Year
7.11.3. Diagnostic Resolution Rate
7.11.4. Reported Critical and Major Faults Corrected
7.12.1. Program for Software Process Improvement
7.12.2. Software Processes
7.12.3. Metrics
7.12.4. Defect Analysis
7.13. Summary
8.1. Introduction
8.2.1. Switching in a Networked Environment
8.2.2. Network Reliability Requirements
8.2.3. Markov Models for a Hypothetical STP
8.2.4. State Transition Diagrams
8.3.1. Integrated Services Digital Network
8.3.2. Current Trends in Digital Switching Systems
8.3.3. Future Trends in Digital Switching Systems
8.4. Summary
9.1. Introduction
9.2. Scope
9.3.1. Central Processor
9.3.2. Network Control Processors
9.3.3. Interface Controllers
9.3.4. Interface Modules
9.3.5. Switching Fabric
9.4.1. System-Level Software
9.4.2. Maintenance Software
9.4.3. Call Processing Software
9.4.4. Database Software
9.5. Recovery Strategy
9.6. A Simple Call through a Digital Switching System
9.7. Some Common Characteristics of Digital Switching Systems
9.8.1. System Description
9.8.2. Operation, Administration, and Maintenance
9.8.3. Reliability Analysis
9.8.4. Product Support
9.9. Summary
10.1.1. Lucent Technologies' 5ESS Switching System1
10.1.2. Nortels DMS-1001
10.1.3. Ericsson’s AXE 101
10.1.4. Siemens Stromberg Carlson's EWSD1
10.1.5. GTEs GTD-5 EAX Switch- Electronic Automatic Exchange
10.1.6. NEC's NEAX 611
10.1.7. Alcatel s System 121
10.2. Summary
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