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A study of priority pricing in multiple service class networks

Ron Cocchi, Deborah Estrin, Scott Shenker, Lixia Zhang
1991 Computer communication review  
We study the role of pricing policies in multiple service class networks.  ...  We argue that some form of graduated prices are required in order for a ng multiclass service discipline to have the desired effect.  ...  the role of pricing policies in multiple service class networks.  ... 
doi:10.1145/115994.116005 fatcat:pwkp6l2bfjecjlnabcn25aofea

A study of priority pricing in multiple service class networks

Ron Cocchi, Deborah Estrin, Scott Shenker, Lixia Zhang
1991 Proceedings of the conference on Communications architecture & protocols - SIGCOMM '91  
We study the role of pricing policies in multiple service class networks.  ...  We argue that some form of graduated prices are required in order for a ng multiclass service discipline to have the desired effect.  ...  the role of pricing policies in multiple service class networks.  ... 
doi:10.1145/115992.116005 dblp:conf/sigcomm/CocchiESZ91 fatcat:pnybuci5ufglfokcz27nh5of7a

Congestion control, differentiated services, and efficient capacity management through a novel pricing strategy

Adam J. O'Donnell, Harish Sethu
2003 Computer Communications  
In this paper, we propose a practical, flexible and computationally simple pricing strategy that can achieve QoS provisioning in Differentiated Services networks with multiple priority classes operating  ...  In addition, this automatically enforces efficient capacity management in the allocation of resources among the various service classes, leading to a user-centric approach where a user is not charged a  ...  Contributions In this paper, we propose a practical, flexible and computationally simple pricing strategy that can achieve QoS provisioning in Differentiated Services networks with multiple priority classes  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-3664(03)00031-8 fatcat:nwjn7hriebhxjfq6dhncprlb2u

Utilizing call admission control to derive optimal pricing of multiple service classes in wireless cellular networks

O. Yilmaz, Ing-Ray Chen
2006 12th International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems - (ICPADS'06)  
We develop a hybrid partitioning-threshold call admission control algorithm to derive optimal pricing of multiple service classes in mobile wireless networks for revenue optimization with quality of service  ...  while QoS requirements of multiple service classes are guaranteed.  ...  The area of optimal pricing for service multiple classes in wireless networks is relatively unexplored. Hou et al.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icpads.2006.107 dblp:conf/icpads/YilmazC06 fatcat:7tguyx6dknhinkblt4migks5jq

Towards Incentive-Compatible Pricing for Bandwidth Reservation in Community Network Clouds [chapter]

Amin M. Khan, Xavier Vilaça, Luís Rodrigues, Felix Freitag
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We model the problem of reserving the bandwidth at such gateways for guaranteeing quality-of-service for the cloud applications, and evaluate different pricing mechanisms for their suitability in ensuring  ...  We find second-price auction based mechanisms, including Vickrey and generalised second price auctions, suitable for the bandwidth allocation problem at the gateways in the community networks.  ...  Acknowledgement This work is supported by European Community Framework Programme 7 FIRE Initiative projects Community Networks Testbed for the Future Internet (CON-FINE), FP7-288535, and CLOMMUNITY, FP7  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-43177-2_17 fatcat:z73tvn5ffjbupn4kq7brygry54

Pricing Framework for a Differential Services Internet

Michael S. Borella, Vandana Upadhyay, Ikhlaq Sidhu
1999 Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies  
In this paper, we survey recent differential services and pricing proposals and introduce a pricing framework for a differentiated-services network that focuses on simplicity, flexibility, and ease of  ...  Finally, we outline future areas of research including ISP support for pricing, the dynamics of service quality and pricing in a differentiated Internet, and the latest trends and directions of QoS deployment  ...  One of the first offerings in the network pricing literature was [18] . In this paper, the authors formulated the user satisfaction of priced multiple-priority services as an equilibrium point.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ett.4460100307 fatcat:zkjxnwpnj5f63imk6gt7454pm4

A survey of pricing for integrated service networks

Xinjie Chang, David W Petr
2001 Computer Communications  
Advances in technology have greatly increased the demand for a single integrated service network that can provide multiple service classes for different user requirements.  ...  For such a multiple-service network, congestion control is one of the key issues to be addressed.  ...  U N C O R R E C T E D P R O O F Introduction An integrated service network (ISN) or multiple-service network is a single network that can support a variety of applications and services, each with different  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-3664(01)00327-9 fatcat:5irk2j7t7zhdnewrui675twv5m

Utilizing call admission control for pricing optimization of multiple service classes in wireless cellular networks

Okan Yilmaz, Ing-Ray Chen
2009 Computer Communications  
In this paper, we utilize admission control algorithms designed for revenue optimization with QoS guarantees to derive optimal pricing of multiple service classes in wireless cellular networks.  ...  the system revenue is maximized while guaranteeing that QoS requirements of multiple service classes are satisfied.  ...  The area of optimal pricing for service multiple classes in wireless networks is relatively unexplored. Hou et al.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2008.11.001 fatcat:c5ftyho3wbglxnyxqzmdmesxqm

The economics of network management

Alok Gupta, Dale O. Stahl, Andrew B. Whinston
1999 Communications of the ACM  
In a multiple service class network, base service can be thought of as a lowest best effort class with users paying just a fixed access fee and no usagebased fee.  ...  A dynamic priority pricing mechanism, where prices vary based on the level of congestion, for multiservice class networks is presented in [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/315762.315772 fatcat:7jifvr7hfze7plusbnjb7c6zqa

Dynamic Pricing Strategy of Provider with Different QoS Levels in Web Service

Wei Pan, Lean Yu, Shouyang Wang, Guowei Hua, Gang Xie, Jinlong Zhang
2009 Journal of Networks  
In order to improve the service provider profit, the pricing strategies in service network have been studied, but primarily in static pricing setting without considering different quality of service (QoS  ...  However, in real situation, providers usually dynamically adjust their prices and offer multiple class services to meet different customers.  ...  In other words, the prices of the priority classes should give users an incentive to join the "right" priority class.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jnw.4.4.228-235 fatcat:3yifs5m6wffbnngk7hizdwjzn4

Extracting Consumers' Private Information for Implementing Incentive-Compatible Internet Traffic Pricing

Alok Gupta, Boris Jukic, Dale O. Stahl, Andrew B. Whinston
2000 Journal of Management Information Systems  
In case of multiple-priority classes, users with different ranges of delay cost factors partition themselves, ap- propriately, into the priority class that is best for them.  ...  As discussed inNetwork Externality Pricing and Incentive Compatibility,” the objective of this research is to develop a computationally incentive-compatible pricing mechanism that can support multiple-priority  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.2000.11045633 fatcat:pq7yio7kz5dcdgpb4kxbmqtzpe

Service differentiation for delay-sensitive applications: an optimisation-based approach

Peter Key, Laurent Massoulié, Jonathan K. Shapiro
2002 Performance evaluation (Print)  
This paper deals with the performance of delaysensitive applications running over a network that offers multiple classes of service.  ...  We first discuss the gain in utilisation allowed by the introduction of several classes of service by comparing schedulable regions for different schedulers.  ...  Sample Path Shadow Prices for Two Classes of Service 1) Delay-Based Shadow Price with Priority Scheduling: We assume a preemptive priority discipline.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0166-5316(02)00118-9 fatcat:2bwjagz43fhujmg5mpq6ocpihy

Network traffic demand patterns for video over relative differentiated services networks

James Macnicol, Mark Pickering, Michael Frater, John Arnold
2006 Signal processing. Image communication  
We show that so long as the network behaves in a certain way as the overall load fluctuates the distribution of traffic among service classes remains largely unchanged.  ...  We also consider how the presence of many users on a network, each with their own unique notions of utility interact in the context of a single shared network.  ...  These studies did not consider pricing. Other studies [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] have considered the use of multiple DiffServ classes but again without per-packet tariffs being applied.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.image.2005.09.003 fatcat:etwrqx2tmjhvfaxkmoylrq4eqe

A Survey of Pricing Schemes in Wireless Networks

Christos A. Gizelis, Dimitrios D. Vergados
2011 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
The Pricing Schemes are also analyzed in detail and are further classified according to the factors involved in the price calculation of a service, i.e. the Service Level Agreement (SLA), the subscription  ...  The expansion of new technologies is expected to offer economic growth in the wired and wireless technological networking environment, while at the same time, it will offer a wide variety of services and  ...  of Development-General Secretariat of Research and Technology and 80% from E.U.  ... 
doi:10.1109/surv.2011.060710.00028 fatcat:2wpu4dhy4jeblgsx3co7g7f2de

Dynamic Price Discovering Models for Differentiated Wireless Services

Swarup Mandal, Debashis Saha, Mainak Chatterjee
2006 Journal of Communications  
In this paper, we have proposed auction based price discovering models like uniform pricing auction and discriminatory pricing auction for dynamic pricing of differentiated wireless services.  ...  Heterogeneous subscriber base with wide range of wireless services makes the wireless service market more challenging for a service provider (SP).  ...  The priority pricing scheme [5] highlights the role of pricing policies in multiple service class networks.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jcm.1.5.50-56 fatcat:eoiayjvqlbf4pcpei63nq2ex4a
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