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Efficient Resource Allocation for Policy-Based Wireless/Wireline Interworking

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Efficient Resource Allocation for Policy-Based Wireless/Wireline Interworking
Abstract This paper proposes efficient resource allocation techniques for a policy-based wireless/wireline interworking architecture, where quality of service (QoS) provisioning and resource allocation is driven by the service level agreement (SLA). For end-to-end IP QoS delivery, each wireless access domain can independently choose its internal resource management policies to guarantee the customer access SLA (CASLA), while the border-crossing traffic is served by a core network following policy rules to meet the transit domain SLA (TRSLA). Particularly, we propose an engineered priority resource sharing scheme for a voice/data integrated wireless domain, where the policy rules allow cellular-only access or cellular/WLAN interworked access. By such a resource sharing scheme, the CASLA for each service class is met with efficient resource utilization, and the interdomain TRSLA bandwidth requirement can be easily determined. In the transit domain, the traffic load fluctuation from upstr...
Yu Cheng, Wei Song, Weihua Zhuang, Alberto Leon-Ga
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where MONET
Authors Yu Cheng, Wei Song, Weihua Zhuang, Alberto Leon-Garcia, Rose Qingyang Hu
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