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Access Control in Shared Access Networks Supporting Internet DiffServ [chapter]

J. D. Angelopoulos, N. Leligou, Th. Orphanoudakis, G. Pikrammenos, J. Sifnaios, I. S. Venieris
2001 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Shared access networks such as hybrid fiber/coaxial and passive optical networks have emerged as promising ways to reduce the cost of the transition to a broadband access infrastructure and provide a graceful  ...  The TDMA multiplexing of traffic entering such a system is governed by the MAC (Medium Access Control) protocol. which arbitrates the allocation of bandwidth to the shared feeder.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: The work presented in this paper was partially funded by the EU ACTS project AC327 "AROMA".  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35410-1_16 fatcat:p3x5lr7yxfhahae6cudfh7himm

Differentiated Services over Shared Media [chapter]

Pascal Anelli, Gwendal Le Grand
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
There are many aspects in QoS control. In this article, we address the problem of the support of Expedited Forwarding over shared media.  ...  Shared media can be found in broadcast networks operating in packet mode. One problem in this environment is unsteady bandwidth.  ...  Bandwidth management for Diffserv over shared media Principle In the following, we propose a system to control bandwidth in order to support EF on a shared LAN.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45512-4_22 fatcat:xyduon2f3rbfxd2nmwufdanjtq

Mapping DiffServ to MAC differentiation for IEEE 802.11e

M. Frikha, T. Najet, F. Tabbana
2006 Advanced Int'l Conference on Telecommunications and Int'l Conference on Internet and Web Applications and Services (AICT-ICIW'06)  
So it's necessary to have differentiation mechanisms in the access networks where the bottlenecks are often located.  ...  In this paper, we propose a global quality of service management applied to DiffServ environments and IEEE 802.11e wireless networks.  ...  In this architecture, since IP packets are policed and shaped in the network layer, traffic control can support full range of DiffServ QoS as well as 802.11e.  ... 
doi:10.1109/aict-iciw.2006.127 dblp:conf/aict/FrikhaNT06 fatcat:bc4cqn5dkvgl5cdkngusyx25uu

Differentiated services for wireless mesh backbone

Hai Jiang, Weihua Zhuang, Xuemin Shen, A. Abdrabou, Ping Wang
2006 IEEE Communications Magazine  
This article addresses the quality of service provisioning issues in the wireless mesh backbone for broadband wireless access.  ...  Differentiated services over the wireless mesh backbone is investigated in the avenues of QoS routing and MAC mechanisms.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was supported by a research grant from the Natural Science and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) of Canada.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2006.1668391 fatcat:zdspuvij35honepv5s7txoq3z4

Hybrid Technique for Enhancing Quality of Service in Wireless Network

Theophilus Alumona
2014 Advances in Networks  
in the wireless access segment of the network where the resources available and the levels of traffic aggregation render the DiffServ principles less effective, Integrated services (IntServ) provides  ...  While the simple and scalable Differentiated Services (DiffServ) QoS control model is suitable for the core part of the network, a more explicit, admission and reservation based QoS mechanisms are required  ...  DiffServ provides a framework offering coarse-grained controls to aggregates of flows. The framework allows service providers to support differentiated services in heterogeneous network.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.net.20140201.11 fatcat:ltfw2i2va5ddpbksr4xqd6tlv4

Automatically Segregating Greedy and Malicious Internet Flows

J. C. Brustoloni, S. Chen
2007 2007 IEEE International Conference on Communications  
In the current Internet, compliance with TCP congestion control rules is voluntary. Noncompliant flows can gain unfair performance advantages or deny service to other flows.  ...  Our scheme requires modifications only in access routers and is incrementally deployable. Experiments demonstrate that our scheme is effective and has acceptable overhead.  ...  José Brustoloni was partly supported by NSF grant ANI-0325353.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icc.2007.324 dblp:conf/icc/BrustoloniC07 fatcat:5zhahzt6dfdlxh5d2ayemeojpa

QoS and QoE in the Next Generation Networks and Wireless Networks [chapter]

Pascal Lorenz
2014 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
Mechanisms such as filters, rerouting in the core of the network and control access at the corners of the network. Intelligence in the routers.  ...  access technologies (ADSL, 3G, …) UPC/NPC: Usage Parameter Control/Network Parameter control.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-45945-4_1 fatcat:3oirszkftzh67h7uov454fz7eq

QoS and QoE in the Next Generation Networks and Wireless Networks [chapter]

Pascal Lorenz
2014 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
Mechanisms such as filters, rerouting in the core of the network and control access at the corners of the network. Intelligence in the routers.  ...  access technologies (ADSL, 3G, …) UPC/NPC: Usage Parameter Control/Network Parameter control.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-44788-8_1 fatcat:u2vwk3cy7bddvjobjvaem75djq

Implementing integrated and differentiated services for the Internet with ATM networks: a practical approach

G. Eichler, H. Hussmann, G. Mamais, I. Venieris, C. Prehofer, S. Salsano
2000 IEEE Communications Magazine  
This article reports on design, implementation, and preliminary experimentation of a network architecture that supports quality of service for Internet applications.  ...  It is shown that the approach can be scaled up to a very large QoS-aware overlay network for the Internet.  ...  IntServ can be used in the access network and DiffServ in the core network, as supported in the architecture described below.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.815463 fatcat:zrpgn36h5zacrbuifzqij4qj3e

Adaptive QoS Management for IEEE 802.11 Future Wireless ISPs

Hakima Chaouchi, Anelise Munaretto
2004 Wireless networks  
The network layer differentiation provided by the Diffserv architecture intends to control the concurrent access of the traffic to the scarce radio resources at the IP layer of the mobile hosts for the  ...  In order to overcome the lack of differentiated mechanism in the current link layer IEEE 802.11b, hence controlling the utilization of the scarce radio resource, we propose in this article to deploy Diffserv  ...  Acknowledgements This work has been produced in the framework of the project "ANWIRE" (www.anwire.org), which is funded by the European Community, under the contract IST-2001-38835".  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:wine.0000028545.57424.8d fatcat:m5y2fkrmcvfklo56dehjuophk4

End-to-End QoS Resource Management for an IP-Based DWDM Access Network

B. Vermeulen, J. Wellen, F. Geilhardt, E. Weis, C. Mas, B. Dhoedt, P. Demeester
2004 Journal of Lightwave Technology  
Index Terms-Access networks, common object request broker architecture (CORBA), differentiated services (DiffServ), end-to-end quality-of-service (QoS) management, Internet-protocol-over-wavelength-division  ...  multiplexing (IP-over-WDM), medium access control (MAC), optical packet switching (OPS).  ...  Differentiated services (DiffServ) is used as an end-to-end QoS mechanism at layer 3, supported at layer 2 by a novel wavelength/time slot medium access control (MAC) protocol in the passive optical network  ... 
doi:10.1109/jlt.2004.837288 fatcat:qsccguzsffccdi24o7htqeixe4

IP and Integrated Services [chapter]

Saleem Bhatti
1999 Advanced & Emerging Communications Technologies  
Although, in principle, such a network should be able to provide very good QoS guarantees, the notion of a single, ubiquitous (sub)-network technology is not realistic (and in fact today's Internet services  ...  the next decade in order to move the Internet towards an ISN.  ...  Users wish to have access to a whole plethora of telecommunication and data communication services via the Internet; users wish to access an Integrated Services Network (ISN).  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420049626.ch11 fatcat:ck6qbfiitfeifpyuskieh2vpxm

A survey of internet QoS signaling

Dimitra Vali, Sarantis Paskalis, Lazaros Merakos, Alexandros Kaloxylos
2004 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
The need for real-time services support over the Internet drives research efforts towards the provision of quality of service (QoS) guarantees in IP networks.  ...  At first, protocol design assumed a homogeneous underlying network and resulted in end-to-end QoS protocols that applied specific QoS configuration in all routers along the path.  ...  According to this proposal, IntServ can be applied in access network domains, whereas DiffServ can support aggregation of traffic in core domains.  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.2004.5342297 fatcat:glfaysdbvfbanls3movavc5vui

ALL-IP 4G NETWORK ARCHITECTURE FOR EFFICIENT MOBILITY AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Young-june Choi, Kwang Lee, Saewoong Bahk
2007 IEEE wireless communications  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research was supported partially by the National Research Laboratory (NRL) Project and Seoul City R&BD Project, Korea.  ...  In contrast, when DiffServ is used for low mobility users, MAC can exploit either a dedicated or a shared channel.  ...  Since 4G networks will support multimedia traffic, we must visit the issue of providing IP QoS in IP based wireless access networks and propose ITRAS for QoS support in 4G networks, where the decision  ... 
doi:10.1109/mwc.2007.358963 fatcat:krixemf5mfcwxk6llckbdx7jsm

Provision of QoS for Legacy IP Applications in an ATM-over-HFC Access Network [chapter]

Jürgen JÄhnert, Stefan Wahl, H. C.
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The various access network technologies will be interconnected via broadband core networks resulting in heterogeneous networks which, have to provide end-toend applications based on the Internet Protocol  ...  Since the CATV network is of a shared nature, the provisioning of IP-based Quality of Service (QoS) requires suitable inter-layer signalling in order to provide QoS-related information as soon as possible  ...  A MAC controller in the ANA is defining, on a slot basis, which ANT is allowed to transmit data, controls access to the shared upstream channels.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-40019-2_20 fatcat:kem4jfanr5fuvonvvqr4oeogky
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