The mathematical content of the IT-standards?

There is some system setup that includes the Linphone, Asterisk, JACK, Liquidsoap, IceCast, VLC. To promote this system as a graduation work, it is necessary that the final document included the consideration of certain mathematical operations deformi/integrals (below five of the formulas were, and even better modeling of a situation and its solution).

At first I wanted to consider the coding and Speex', but found nothing. Then Opus, but his eyes floated from the documentation and severity of the operations. Then I started digging Ethernet, stumbled upon a book by L. Quinn and R. Russell, but there are only descriptions as such, formulas and laws. Other sources were even less informative. It would be very handy is something that to consider, but again, that person did not even respond to the math forum.

This ideas ended. Can community ever something like this considered? There are ideas that can be reinforced by the articles/books/records/whatever? It would be nice in Russian, but I do not even hope.
October 3rd 19 at 03:41
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October 3rd 19 at 03:43
The theory of teletraffic can be read. Good materials and lots.
The system reliability estimate is also possible, but it would be difficult to assess the reliability oddelenych nodes.
Reliability contact don't feel like it, but the theory of teletraffic could go, not even heard of it. - Willow_Purdy66 commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:46

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