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User Fair Queing: Fair Allocation of Bandwidth for Users

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User Fair Queing: Fair Allocation of Bandwidth for Users
—User Fairness aims at fairly distributing the network resources among users, where a user is an entity that can possibly send different flows through different paths. In this paper we first propose a criterion for user fairness based on political economics fairness theory: the User Maxmin Fairness criterion. Then we propose an architecture, User Fair Queuing (UFQ), that provides user maxmin fairness without keeping per-user state in the core nodes. UFQ requires neither admission control nor signaling. We present simulations and analysis on the performance of the proposed architecture.
Albert Banchs
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where INFOCOM
Authors Albert Banchs
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