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Improving Quality of Experience by Adding Device Resource Reservation to Service Discovery Protocols

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Improving Quality of Experience by Adding Device Resource Reservation to Service Discovery Protocols
— Current service discovery protocols (SDP) hardly provide information on the actual availability of resources in the network or a mechanism for (device) resource reservation. When the resources cannot serve all multiple client requests at the same time, conflicts happen, often involving heavy and frequent reconfiguration traffic. This paper presents a generic resource reservation scheme. Its properties are derived from common SDP operations. We built a prototype, measured the extra overhead such a reservation manager introduces and simulated the gain in network scalability. The main conclusion is that our solution improves the scalability and the sustainability of the service access significantly, and at a minor cost. Resource Reservation, UPnP, Service Discovery
Archi Delphinanto, A. M. J. Koonen, Frank T. H. de
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ICC
Authors Archi Delphinanto, A. M. J. Koonen, Frank T. H. den Hartog
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