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A study of QoS performance for real time applications over a differentiated services network

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A study of QoS performance for real time applications over a differentiated services network
Abstract: The Differentiated Service Architecture (DiffServ) is currently a popular research topic as a lowcost method to provide Quality of Service to the different applications in the Internet. This paper addresses the definition and deployment of specific network services in a DiffServ environment. The proposed network services are described, while our main focus is the real-time delay-sensitive applications such as voice and video. The corresponding services for those applications are further analyzed and simulated. The analysis includes the influence of different algorithms that could implement the corresponding services for voice and video as well as the QoS performance under these algorithms. Sim ulation outcomes prove that the fundamental principles of the network services are fulfilled and provide an evaluation of the proposed algorithms.
Evi Tsolakou, Eugenia G. Nikolouzou, Iakovos S. Ve
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Type Conference
Year 2002
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Authors Evi Tsolakou, Eugenia G. Nikolouzou, Iakovos S. Venieris
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