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Fusion of digital television, broadband Internet and mobile communications—Part II: Future service scenarios

X. Liang, F. L. C. Ong, P. Pillai, P. M. L. Chan, V. Mancuso, G. Koltsidas, F. N. Pavlidou, L. Caviglione, E. Ferro, A. Gotta, H. Cruickshank, S. Iyengar (+1 others)
2007 International Journal of Satellite Communications And Networking  
Several research directions for providing seamless services regardless of network, access technology and terminal in the fusion network are also highlighted in this paper.  ...  The future operational scenarios emphasize the fusion of DVB systems with other technologies in terms of network fusion and terminal fusion.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work has been performed by members of the Satellite Communications Network of Excellence (SatNEx) project, which is supported by the European Commission under the Sixth Framework  ... 
doi:10.1002/sat.880 fatcat:krwwj7r7yzfb5hn5bycmsykpcu

A management and control architecture for providing IP differentiated services in MPLS-based networks

P. Trimintzios, I. Andrikopoulos, G. Pavlou, P. Flegkas, D. Griffin, P. Georgatsos, D. Goderis, Y. T'Joens, L. Georgiadis, C. Jacquenet, R. Egan
2001 IEEE Communications Magazine  
In this paper we propose a model and architectural framework for supporting DiffServ-based end-to-end QoS in the Internet, assuming underlying MPLS-based explicit routed paths.  ...  As the Internet evolves towards the global multi-service network of the future, a key consideration is support for services with guaranteed Quality of Service (QoS).  ...  Acknowledgements This work was undertaken in the Information Society Technologies (IST) TEQUILA project, which is partially funded by the Commission of the European Union.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.920861 fatcat:hltezyxnjja63hitz7wt5bytvm

An evaluation of the performance advantage of DiffServ with respect to voice over IP flows

Dexiang Wang, Xiaoyuan Li, Janise Y. McNair
2009 MILCOM 2009 - 2009 IEEE Military Communications Conference  
In [3, 5] , A mixture of Constant Bit Rate (CBR) flows and background traffic is studied for First-In-First-Out (FIFO) service.  ...  In this paper, we study the arrival pattern of the VoIP traffic combined with the "background" traffic, and analyze waiting time in both FIFO and Differentiated Services (DiffServ) systems.  ...  In [3, 5] , A mixture of Constant Bit Rate (CBR) flows and background traffic is studied for First-In-First-Out (FIFO) service.  ... 
doi:10.1109/milcom.2009.5380062 fatcat:i5dyo6ua4jgrxh3fesk5snlt44

QoS Architectures [chapter]

2007 QoS Over Heterogeneous Networks  
To apply the scheme in a real situation, CR would be the rate reported in the SLS.  ...  Two types of traffic are considered: a guaranteed rate traffic, operating at a fixed speed (measured in Kbps) called "CBR" in the following, and a non-guaranteed best-effort Internet traffic (a superposition  ...  for the z-th ST as specified in (1) and Q z is the best-effort traffic buffer size.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9780470058763.ch6 fatcat:kbpmgukkwbhz7an6ogbnutfdri

Interworking of 3G cellular networks and wireless LANs

Wei Song, Weihua Zhuang, Aladdin Saleh
2007 International Journal of Wireless and Mobile Computing  
The Third Generation (3G) cellular networks provide ubiquitous connectivity but low data rates, whereas Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) can offer much higher data rates but only cover smaller geographic  ...  With combined strengths, the integrated networks will provide both wide-area coverage and high-rate data services in hotspots.  ...  It is observed that IP technologies play an important role in gluing the two heterogeneous technologies. The demand for ubiquitous Internet access further strengthens this convergence trend.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijwmc.2007.016718 fatcat:rhima2b57nft3c6yvgx2jw3x7m

Q3M – QoS Architecture for Multi-user Mobile Multimedia Sessions in 4G systems [chapter]

Eduardo Cerqueira, Luis Veloso, Augusto Neto, Marília Curado, Paulo Mendes, Edmundo Monteiro
2007 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
For instance, in terms of unicast mobility management, the use of Hierarchical Mobile IP (HMIP) allows users to use a sequence of two global IP addresses, inside and outside each access-network.  ...  For instance, by using caching and buffering mechanisms to reduce packet losses during handover and by reserving network resources in advance to allow a faster session re-establishment.  ...  The evaluation shows that the Q3M architecture has a convergence time and a signaling overhead reduced for a second receiver for the same session in the same access-agent.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-75869-3_4 fatcat:vguyc4xnnzg4lgiyt4urnqkb7a

Resource Allocation in 4G and 5G Networks: A Review

Lavanya-Nehan Degambur, Avinash Mungur, Sheeba Armoogum, Sameerchand Pudaruth
2021 International Journal of Communication Networks and Information Security  
The advent of 4G and 5G broadband wireless networks brings several challenges with respect to resource allocation in the networks.  ...  The purpose of this study is to discover the different factors that are involved in resource allocation in 4G and 5G networks.  ...  Research in [23] proposes an efficient RA scheme adapted to 4G networks in China, which uses an all-IP Differentiated Service platform (DiffServ) and an adaptive buffer sharing scheme to provide assured  ... 
doi:10.54039/ijcnis.v13i3.5116 fatcat:gqxbso5aq5c2zao27rleyihpgi

Internet Protocol Television (IPTV): The Killer Application for the Next-Generation Internet

Yang Xiao, Xiaojiang Du, Jingyuan Zhang, Fei Hu, Sghaier Guizani
2007 IEEE Communications Magazine  
This article serves as a survey of IPTV services and the underlying technologies. Technical challenges also are identified.  ...  Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) will be the killer application for the next-generation Internet and will provide exciting new revenue opportunities for service providers.  ...  QOS GUARANTEE AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT The QoS guarantee and traffic management are challenging for core networks and access networks, in particular for IPTV services.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2007.4378332 fatcat:b5cs44s32bgsvb43vdgvaevdfu

Mobility management for multi-user sessions in next generation wireless systems

Eduardo Cerqueira, Luis Veloso, Augusto Neto, Marilia Curado, Edmundo Monteiro, Paulo Mendes
2008 Computer Communications  
MUSC was evaluated in a simulation and in an experimental environment to analyze its convergence time as well as its efficiency in allowing seamless mobility and in keeping sessions with an acceptable  ...  Mobility management and ubiquitous access for real-time multi-user sessions with Quality of Service (QoS) support are major requirements to the success of next generation wireless systems.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was done at the Laboratory of Communications and Telematics of the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Coimbra.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2007.12.019 fatcat:hwsl645fcfaltgif2bl6cy7pvq

Quality-of-Service Mechanisms for Flow-Based Routers

Nam-Seok Ko, Sung-Back Hong, Kyung-Ho Lee, Hong-Shik Park, Nam Kim
2008 ETRI Journal  
His research interests include fixed-mobile convergence networks, QoS technologies in BcN networks, and ubiquitous sensor networks and applications.  ...  His research interests include fixed-mobile convergence networks and ubiquitous sensor networks and applications.  ...  traffic management scheme since the number of flows that should be handled by the flowbased router can be up to several million, compared to 64 in a DiffServ router.  ... 
doi:10.4218/etrij.08.1107.0014 fatcat:vnmy3eo72bcy5msjv3sc3gtbfa

Capacity Design of a Gateway Router for Smart Farms

Hoon Lee
2018 Journal of information and communication convergence engineering  
We design the link capacity of a gateway router that is used for the remote management of the greenhouse eco-management system to accommodate both time-critical and delay-tolerant traffic in a greenhouse  ...  In this work, we propose an analytic framework for evaluating the quality of service and dimensioning the link capacity in the gateway router of a smart farm with a greenhouse eco-management system.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research was financially supported by Changwon National University in 2017-2018.  ... 
doi:10.6109/jicce.2018.16.1.31 dblp:journals/jicce/Lee18 fatcat:m7ykoowrzvdidgby26en3dm5fy

Enabling technologies for the 'always best connected' concept

Nikos Passas, Sarantis Paskalis, Alexandros Kaloxylos, Faouzi Bader, Renato Narcisi, Evangelos Tsontsis, Adil S. Jahan, Hamid Aghvami, Máirtín O'Droma, Ivan Ganchev
2006 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
Always Best Connected" (ABC) is considered one of the main requirements for next generation networks.  ...  In this paper, a considerable set of the technologies, that are expected to play a key role towards the ABC vision, are presented.  ...  Acknowledgements This work has been produced in the framework of the project "ANWIRE" (IST-2002-38835)  ... 
doi:10.1002/wcm.392 fatcat:77y3penxgjgrvieoehinjti344

MPLS Based Architecture for Mobility and End-to-End QoS Support in Fourth Generation Mobile Networks

Quintero
2009 Journal of Computer Science  
Approach: These networks had to be scalable in order to support future IP traffic, namely new multimedia services and real time applications, while providing an effective mobility management mechanism  ...  The results obtained confirm the efficiency of MAFI when compared to FHMIPv6 and others schemes well-known in the literature.  ...  A close look at fourth-generation networks shows that they will provide fully converged services, will offer mobile access in a ubiquitous fashion, will support diverse and heterogeneous user devices,  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2009.255.262 fatcat:igv5fpj3gnfvxgyb5eojem2hlu

Advances in internet congestion control

Seungwan Ryu, Christopher Rump, Chunming Qiao
2003 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
The rate of ACK arrival is in turn determined by the presence or absence of congested link(s) along the path between a source and its destination.  ...  If the Internet is to evolve to a high-performance network providing ubiquitous services, including real time voice/video, we must understand how congestion arises and find more efficient ways to keep  ...  In this article, we consider only (FIFO-based) queue management.  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.2003.5342228 fatcat:exp7fdhrkjcgzedqq3grbzesky

MPLS Based Architecture for Mobility and End-to-End QoS Support in Fourth Generation Mobile Networks

Alejandro Quintero, Eduardo Del Frutos
2009 Journal of Computer Science  
Approach: These networks had to be scalable in order to support future IP traffic, namely new multimedia services and real time applications, while providing an effective mobility management mechanism  ...  The results obtained confirm the efficiency of MAFI when compared to FHMIPv6 and others schemes well-known in the literature.  ...  A close look at fourth-generation networks shows that they will provide fully converged services, will offer mobile access in a ubiquitous fashion, will support diverse and heterogeneous user devices,  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcs.2009.255.262 fatcat:qu7y2bp7dzg7rbdmebbfs2a6s4
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