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Evaluation of RSVP and Mobility-Aware RSVP Using Performance Evaluation Process Algebra

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Evaluation of RSVP and Mobility-Aware RSVP Using Performance Evaluation Process Algebra
—As a resource reservation mechanism, the Resource ReSerVation Protocol (RSVP) faces a lot of challenges when applying it to the wireless and mobile networks. The interworking problems of RSVP and mobility management protocols have been extensively discussed over the last decade. As the solutions of this problem, mobility-aware RSVP schemes that integrate RSVP and micro-mobility management are becoming more and more popular. Therefore, the investigation on how much they improve the performance of the basic RSVP is necessary and useful. Instead of the traditional simulation based approaches, in this paper we introduce a formal performance evaluation formalism, named Performance Evaluation Process Algebra (PEPA), and employ it to investigate the performance of the basic RSVP and mobility-aware RSVP. Important performance metrics such as handover blocking probability and signalling cost are presented.
Hao Wang, David I. Laurenson, Jane Hillston
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ICC
Authors Hao Wang, David I. Laurenson, Jane Hillston
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