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Enhanced bulk scheduling for supporting delay sensitive streaming applications

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Enhanced bulk scheduling for supporting delay sensitive streaming applications
Providing end-to-end delay guarantees for delay sensitive applications is an important packet scheduling issue with routers. In this paper, to support end-to-end delay requirements, we propose a novel network scheduling scheme, called the bulk scheduling scheme (BSS), which is built on top of existing schedulers of intermediate nodes without modifying transmission protocols on either the sender or receiver sides. By inserting special control packets, which called TED (Traffic Specification with End-to-end Deadline) packets, into packet flows at the ingress router periodically, the BSS schedulers of the intermediate nodes can dynamically allocate the necessary bandwidth to each flow to enforce the end-to-end delay,
Yung-Cheng Tu, Meng Chang Chen, Yeali S. Sun, Wei
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where CN
Authors Yung-Cheng Tu, Meng Chang Chen, Yeali S. Sun, Wei Kuan Shih
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