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A service-oriented admission control strategy for class-based IP networks

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A service-oriented admission control strategy for class-based IP networks
The clear trend toward the integration of current and emerging applications and services in the Internet launches new demands on service deployment and management. Distributed service-oriented traffic control mechanisms, operating with minimum impact on network performance, assume a crucial role as regards controlling services quality and network resources transparent and efficiently. In this paper, we describe and specify a lightweight distributed admission control (AC) model based on per-class monitoring feedback for ensuring the quality of distinct service levels in multiclass and multidomain environments. The model design, covering explicit and implicit AC, exhibits relevant properties which allow managing QoS and SLSs in multiservice IP networks in a flexible and scalable manner. These properties, stemming from the way service-dependent AC and on-line service performance monitoring are proposed and articulated in the model's architecture and n, allow a self-adaptive service a...
Solange Rito Lima, Paulo Carvalho, Vasco Freitas
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where ADT
Authors Solange Rito Lima, Paulo Carvalho, Vasco Freitas
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