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2002
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13 years 2 months ago
Quality of service and flow level admission control in the Internet
We propose to apply an integrated admission control scheme to both streaming flows and elastic flows. It is assumed that streaming flow packets are served with priority in network...
Nabil Benameur, Slim Ben Fredj, Sara Oueslati-Boul...
PDPTA
2004
13 years 3 months ago
Achieving Flow Level QoS in Cut-Through Networks Through Admission Control and DiffServ
Cluster networks will serve as the future access networks for multimedia streaming, massive multiplayer online gaming, e-commerce, network storage etc. And for those application ar...
Frank Olaf Sem-Jacobsen, Sven-Arne Reinemo, Tor Sk...
APNOMS
2007
Springer
13 years 8 months ago
Providing Consistent Service Levels in IP Networks
Abstract. The use of Internet as an ubiquitous communication platform puts a strong demand on service providers regarding the assurance of multiple service levels consistently. Des...
Solange Rito Lima, Pedro Sousa, Paulo Carvalho
CN
2010
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13 years 2 months ago
PCN-based measured rate termination
Overload in a packet-based network can be prevented by admitting or blocking new flows depending on its load conditions. However, overload can occur in spite of admission control ...
Michael Menth, Frank Lehrieder
INFOCOM
2000
IEEE
13 years 6 months ago
Admission Control Based on End-to-End Measurements
— This paper proposes a controlled-load service that provides a network state with bounded and well known worst-case behavior. The service is primarily developed for real-time ap...
Viktória Elek, Gunnar Karlsson, Robert R&ou...