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BSFQ: Bin Sort Fair Queueing

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BSFQ: Bin Sort Fair Queueing
—Existing packet schedulers that provide fair sharing of an output link can be divided into two classes: sorted priority and frame-based. Sorted priority methods provide excellent approximation for Weighted Fair Queueing (WFQ) while framebased methods are more computationally efficient. We present a new packet scheduling algorithm called Bin Sort Fair Queueing (BSFQ) that combines the strengths of both type of schedulers. As a result, BSFQ is highly scalable and can provide very good approximation for WFQ. We prove that BSFQ can provide end-toend delay and fairness guarantees to conformant flows. BSFQ also has a built-in buffer management function that can protect packets of conformant flows from non-conformant traffic. The performance of BSFQ and its ability to detect non-conformant flows are studied using simulations and compared to those of the Deficit Round Robin method.
Shun Yan Cheung, Corneliu S. Pencea
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where INFOCOM
Authors Shun Yan Cheung, Corneliu S. Pencea
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