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Toward Efficient Service-Level QoS Provisioning in Large-Scale 802.11-Based Networks

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Toward Efficient Service-Level QoS Provisioning in Large-Scale 802.11-Based Networks
Along with recent advances in mobile networking and portable computing technologies, there is a trend in the telecommunications industry toward the development of efficient ubiquitous systems that can provide a set of bandwidth-intensive and real-time services to multiple users while supporting their full mobility. Largescale deployment of 802.11-based technologies will play an integral part in the construction of such ubiquitous wireless mobile systems. A challenging task in the development of such networks is efficient provisioning of QoS-enabled services for mobile users. In this context, we propose a scheme that constantly monitors the overall network performance to perform admission control and traffic conditioning at the 802.11-based access points and mobile terminals. The focus is on servicelevel fairness, where different flows from the same traffic class can still receive the same QoS level even if they have different bit rates. Furthermore, given the mobility of users, the su...
Tarik Taleb, Abdelhamid Nafaa, Liam Murphy, Kazuo
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where NETWORK
Authors Tarik Taleb, Abdelhamid Nafaa, Liam Murphy, Kazuo Hashimoto, Nei Kato, Yoshiaki Nemoto
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