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Abstract (English):
Models describing the normal operation of communication channels are considered. By using of such models is possible to identify abnormal behavior of telecommunications equipment and take the efforts that necessary to maintain its performance. To this goal “big data” generated by telemetry of telecommunications devices are analyzed.

predictive analytics, diagnostic system, normal behavior, model, quality monitor, Internet of things, telecommunications
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