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Traffic management of multimedia over ATM networks

Bing Zheng, M. Atiquzzaman
1999 IEEE Communications Magazine  
When multimedia is transmitted over a dynamically variable bandwidth channel, such as the available bit rate (ABR) service of ATM networks, depending on the level of network congestion, the amount of network  ...  When multimedia is transmitted over a network, video traffic consumes most of the bandwidth, and also requires a high level of quality of service (QoS) guarantee from the network.  ...  Prediction-Based Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation - This scheme is especially suitable for real-time encoded multimedia transmission.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.739274 fatcat:3ipe52ymn5eshashdgc2hokjhe

Interactive video over ATM: state of the art

Bing Zheng, Mohammed Atiquzzaman
2003 Computer Communications  
multimedia over high speed networks.  ...  Multimedia is an emerging service which integrates voice, video and data in the same service.  ...  [14] , a fast buffer fillup scheme was presented to reduce the network bandwidth requirements and to simplify the bandwidth allocation management.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-3664(02)00209-8 fatcat:ncdt4vsegnbd5fabwmgq4zg5li

Quality-of-service-oriented media access control for advanced mobile multimedia satellite systems

P. Todorova, A. Markhasin
2003 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003. Proceedings of the  
Our principle objective is to define a variable bandwidth MAC protocol improving satellite network uplink performances and to develop a novel technology of adaptive long-delay adaptive distributed MAC  ...  investigate the efficiency of various known MAC protocols in a predefined satellite network environment by using a unified analysis and methodology.  ...  This allocation is dynamic in a very short time frame, which allows easy adaptation of the terminal bandwidth to the actual requirements The DCS is used for: re-configuration, dynamic control of bandwidth  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2003.1174866 dblp:conf/hicss/TodorovaM03 fatcat:zvztwe34xva5fhcujiznm3clg4

A Comparative Study of Call Admission Control in Mobile Multimedia Networks using Soft Computing

Sanjeev Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Anand Kumar Pandey
2014 International Journal of Computer Applications  
This paper provides a survey of different CAC schemes used for mobile multimedia networks using soft computing techniques like artificial neural networks, fuzzy logic, and genetic algorithms.  ...  Call admission control (CAC) is one of challenging issues for quality of service (QoS) provisioning in mobile multimedia network communication systems.  ...  Intelligent Schemes for Bandwidth Allocation in Cellular Mobile Networks Bandwidth allocation schemes for cellular mobile networks namely using Back Propagation Neural Network (BPN) and Particle Swarm  ... 
doi:10.5120/18833-0333 fatcat:h5j56lzuxfhhxnwmjiov247dii

QoS and multipoint support for multimedia applications over the ATM ABR service

B. Vandalore, S. Fahmy, R. Jain, R. Goyal, M. Goyal
1999 IEEE Communications Magazine  
A Multimedia applications with stringent delay requirements are usually supported by the CBR or rt-VBR service categories of ATM.  ...  This article shows that ABR service, which was originally designed for data, can also support multimedia applications under certain circumstances.  ...  Zheng and Atiquzzaman discuss the traffic management issues for multimedia applications over ATM networks [7] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.739305 fatcat:hwrv6pm7kjdizhkdoyt4hjpcuq

Emerging wireless broadband networks

J. Mikkonen, C. Corrado, C. Evci, M. Progler
1998 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Commission funded ACTS projects (The Magic WAND, AWACS, SAMBA, and MEDIAN) who, through their creative ideas and helpful comments on the article, contribute to the definition of the wireless broadband networks  ...  There is a trade-off between coding and retransmission which has to be optimized for the efficient transmission of data over the air interface.  ...  In the definition of the multiple access scheme, CDMA is not technically feasible for wireless broadband at the desired data rates: the bandwidth required to support independent code sets for radio channels  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.648777 fatcat:xwv274zwcjfotikoqhkrn4tlxu

A Scalable Feedback-Based UPC-Parameters Renegotiation Scheme

Safiullah Faizullah, Arshad M. Shaikh
2013 International Journal of Signal Processing Systems  
Predicting an optimal follow-up rate is a hard problem. We have earlier proposed a Feedback Based UPC-Parameters Renegotiation Protocol for ATM networks which resolves this problem.  ...  In QoS-enabled network, for example ATM, connections which exhibit rapidly changing traffic characteristics, renegotiating the bandwidth requirements becomes inevitable.  ...  from a QoS-enabled network, such as ATM.  ... 
doi:10.12720/ijsps.1.2.302-306 fatcat:osb4oxm2rffwplzpinctmwivii

Satellite ATM networks: a survey

I.F. Akyildiz, Seong-Ho Jeong
1997 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Satellite ATM networks have significant advantages over terrestrial ATM networks.  ...  ATM technology offers users integration of voice, video, and data services, and the flexibility of accessing bandwidth on demand.  ...  Ian expresses his sincere thanks to Milt Halem, Chief of Space Data and Computing Division at NASA GSFC, and Yelena Yesha, Director of NASA CESDIS, for creating the opportunity to start this research at  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.601740 fatcat:hnznsbq7m5frfp64oxj2eecgsm

Network Requirement for Management of Multimedia over Wireless Channel [chapter]

Bing Zheng, Mohammed Atiquzzaman
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we propose a novel selective retransmission scheme for multimedia transmission over wireless ATM networks using the ABR service.  ...  We have developed an analytical model to determine the networking requirements and receiver buffer size for our proposed scheme for transmitting multimedia over wireless ATM.  ...  The high bit error rate of wireless channels raises a number of challenging issues for multimedia transmission over a wireless ATM network.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45812-3_5 fatcat:aihpdp5r5vhk3m4lfv5qnerxre

Medium access control protocols for multimedia traffic in wireless networks

I.F. Akyildiz, J. McNair, L.C. Martorell, R. Puigjaner, Y. Yesha
1999 IEEE Network  
This article presents a survey on medium access control protocols for multimedia traffic in wireless networks.  ...  The M A C protocols covered in this article include third-generation TDMA and C D M A schemes intended for use in a single-hop wireless system.  ...  TDMA with TDD Dynamic TDMA w;th TDD -DTDMNTDD was designed for the wireless ATM network (WATMnet), a prototype microcellular WATM network capable of providing integrated multimedia communication service  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.777440 fatcat:uluqb2htlfdw3nlj5l72x554we

Comparative analysis of LTE backbone transport techniques for efficient broadband penetration in a heterogeneous network morphology

Ajibo Augustine, Chinaeke-Ogbuka Ifeanyi, Udechukwu Felix
2019 TELKOMNIKA (Telecommunication Computing Electronics and Control)  
This transport technique provides great dynamism in the allocation of bandwidth and supports varying requests of multimedia connections with diverse QoS requirements.  ...  Results from the simulation show that the IP/ATM transport scheme is superior to the IP/MPLS scheme in terms of average bandwidth utilization, mean traffic drop and mean traffic delay in the ratio of 9.8  ...  This could be attributable to its ability to dynamically allocate bandwidth, support a broad group of traffic classes with dynamic flow characteristics and scalability in speed.  ... 
doi:10.12928/telkomnika.v17i5.10987 fatcat:gnsruyriwzetzodagghgkhq5zy

Guest editorial analysis and synthesis of MAC protocols

L. Lenzini, J.O. Limb, W.W. Lu, I. Rubin, M. Zukerman
2000 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
Starting in 1973, he spent a year and a half at the IBM Scientific Center in Cambridge, MA, working on computer networks.  ...  Since February 1998 he has been the national coordinator of a two-year project involving 20 Italian Universities entitled "Design Methodologies and Tools for High Performance Systems for Distributed Applications  ...  Yuang and Tien, in their paper "Multiple Access Control with Intelligent Bandwidth Allocation for Wireless ATM Networks," propose an integrated MAC/bandwidth allocation system incorporating, in particular  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.2000.872945 fatcat:tjep24beabaehi57jjwrfuqajm

Multimedia Networks: Fundamentals and Future Directions

Nalin Sharda
1999 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
Upcoming Gigabit Ethernet technology will provide a path for upgrading current Ethernet networks into multimedia networks.  ...  WAN options for multimedia networking include digital leased lines and ISDN.  ...  The FDDI communication protocol uses a capacity allocation scheme that breaks traffic into synchronous and asynchronous components. A finite transmission capacity is allocated to each station.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.00110 fatcat:6lrlzq3bhrehtpqmh6oksfzmsq

An Efficient Call Admission Control Scheme for Handling Handoffs in Wireless Mobile Networks

S Alagu
2012 International Journal on AdHoc Networking Systems  
The proposed scheme allocates the guard channels for handoff requests dynamically, based on the traffic load for certain time period.  ...  In this paper, the authors describe the use of novel and efficient data structure which dynamically allocates guard channel for handoffs and introduces the concept of channel borrowing strategy.  ...  Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) The bandwidth requirements for data traffic within commercial organizations have been increasing steadily for some time, both in the local area networks and in wide area  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijans.2012.2303 fatcat:io3ear24lfbsnbogm6lq3wybuq

A Survey of Application Layer Techniques for Adaptive Streaming of Multimedia

Bobby Vandalore, Wu-chi Feng, Raj Jain, Sonia Fahmy
2001 Real-time imaging  
Towards this end, networking methods such as service classes and quality of service models are being developed. Today's Internet is a heterogeneous networking environment.  ...  Throughout the paper, we discuss how feedback from lower networking layers can be used by these application-level adaptation schemes to deliver the highest quality content.  ...  Fast buffer fill up scheme: A fast buffer fill up scheme for video-on-demand application running over ATM ABR service is presented in [49] .  ... 
doi:10.1006/rtim.2001.0224 fatcat:ksu4g4fd5vaw5bnloootvs6yw4
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