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Beyond QoS signaling: A new generic IP signaling framework

Xiaoming Fu, Hannes Tschofenig, Dieter Hogrefe
2006 Computer Networks  
While reusing certain features of the existing RSVP protocol, CASP overcomes its shortcomings and may be deployed as a replacement technology to provide simpler, mobility-supported, more extensible and  ...  This paper describes the design principles and an introduction of a framework and protocols for generic IP signaling, namely the Cross-Application Signaling Protocol (CASP) and its signaling applications  ...  Therefore, we developed a new approach as an alternative to these approaches, the so-called Cross-Application Signaling Protocol (CASP) [26, 27] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2006.01.006 fatcat:2ujjayyyvngy5bc6pkxlj7jtpi

On the Feasibility of RSVP as General Signalling Interface [chapter]

Martin Karsten, Jens Schmitt, Nicole Beriér, Ralf Steinmetz
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We present a flexible architecture, based on an extended version of RSVP, for signalling QoS requests. We approach the question of RSVP's suitability for this purpose from two directions.  ...  In this paper, we adopt the point of view that signalling of Quality of Service (QoS) requests must not be abandoned, given the high level of uncertainty about the future traffic mix in an integrated communication  ...  We have presented a flexible, role-based QoS signalling architecture, based on an extended version of RSVP.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-39939-9_9 fatcat:gtjl5p2bizginm4rp5rbfm6uge

Joint Cross-Layer Design for Wireless QoS Content Delivery

Jie Chen, Tiejun Lv, Haitao Zheng
2005 EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing  
The test results show that our cross-layer design provides an excellent framework for wireless QoS content delivery.  ...  We propose a joint cross-layer design for wireless quality-of-service (QoS) content delivery. Central to our proposed cross-layer design is the concept of adaptation.  ...  Several cross-layer approaches, such as EBSN [25] , snoop [26] , and freeze TCP [27] , have been proposed as TCP alternatives; they are designed to distinguish congestion loss from noncongestion loss  ... 
doi:10.1155/asp.2005.167 fatcat:2durbqr225gq5hfabrwsoya4ym

Cross-layer signalling and middleware: A survey for inelastic soft real-time applications in MANETs

Sarogini Grace Pease, Lin Guan, Iain Phillips, Alan Grigg
2011 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
Many Cross Layer approaches exist either for provision of QoS to soft real-time streams in static wireless networks or to improve the performance of real and non-real-time transmissions in MANETs.  ...  This paper provides a review of the different Cross Layer Design and protocol tuning approaches that may be used to meet a growing need to support inelastic soft real-time streams in MANETs.  ...  [76] uses network-wide updates of video source rate and link congestion price in local rate allocation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jnca.2011.07.005 fatcat:pwk3w6q72vf6zj2kzbczhdrxxm

Achieving Relative Service Differentiation for TCP Traffic in Satellite IP Networks Using Congestion Pricing [chapter]

Wei Koong Chai, Kin-Hon Ho, George Pavlou
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The idea is to use congestion pricing as an effective approach to control traffic rate for Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) flows, with Explicit Congestion Notification as a congestion feedback mechanism  ...  Simulation results show that congestion pricing can be adopted as an effective approach for service differentiation in satellite IP networks and achieves fair relative service differentiation.  ...  As for lossy satellite link, the congestion pricing approach manages to achieve and maintain RSD among different sources.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11759355_24 fatcat:dzd54e2utrcqlivuct4jliully

Commercial models for IP quality of service interconnect

B. Briscoe, S. Rudkin
2005 BT technology journal  
AS Autonomous system ATM Asynchronous transfer mode CDN Content distribution network CIDR IETF classless inter-domain routing CE IETF congestion experienced code-point of the ECN field c British Telecommunications  ...  We give technical and economic arguments for why QoS will be provided in core and backbone networks as a bulk QoS facility incapable of distinguishing or charging differentially between sessions.  ...  Indeed congestion pricing might only ever be used as an internal price within a networking wholesaler to manage internal traffic policers and provisioning, whilst selling service based on a more traditional  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10550-005-0015-4 fatcat:lope34k6qzffpmphz6bhj67gsq

Demand-Side Management in the Smart Grid: Information Processing for the Power Switch

Mahnoosh Alizadeh, Xiao Li, Zhifang Wang, Anna Scaglione, Ronald Melton
2012 IEEE Signal Processing Magazine  
He has over 30 years of experience in systems engineering applied to interdisciplinary problems.  ...  He is a senior power systems engineer at Battelle/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and is involved in a variety of smart grid projects with an emphasis on interoperability standards and methods.  ...  in a decentralized and efficient manner are mainly due to the uncertainty in how customers respond to variable real-time prices, i.e., an unknown feedback behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1109/msp.2012.2192951 fatcat:kuylzbzmgjhodjndnjmsfodmse

User-aware object-based video transmission over the next generation Internet

Huai-Rong Shao, Wenwu Zhu, Ya-Qin Zhang
2001 Signal processing. Image communication  
serv) to minimize the end-to-end quality distortion. Finally, we perform the queuing analysis for our mechanism and explore how to extend our approach to the multicast case.  ...  In this paper, we present a new user-aware adaptive object-based video transmission approach to heterogeneous users over the next generation Internet.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Jiangchuan Liu and Bo Li from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology for their partial contribution to packetization part.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0923-5965(01)00006-6 fatcat:c2o7wapgyfh5hhtbre4pfmlg6y

Distributed power control with received power constraints for time-area-spectrum licenses

Ana Pérez-Neira, Joaquim M. Veciana, Miguel Ángel Vázquez, Eva Lagunas
2016 Signal Processing  
Third, in order to gain more insight into the features of DPC-TAS, this paper compares it with other baseline power control approaches.  ...  The power control convergence and the possibility of guaranteeing a minimum Quality of Service (QoS) per user are analyzed.  ...  Interestingly, in [43] equilibrium pricing of interference in cognitive networks is studied, where prices are indicators of the spectrum congestion and are broadcast to the network to achieve convergence  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sigpro.2015.09.009 fatcat:rfbpjoskjrbevjxjryaabih6fa

A novel monitoring architecture for media services adaptation based on network QoS to perceived QoS mapping

Mamadou Sidibé, Harilaos Koumaras, Ingo Kofler, Ahmed Mehaoua, Anastasios Kourtis, Christian Timmerer
2008 Signal, Image and Video Processing  
Such end-to-end management needs the knowledge of dynamic continuous network conditions information as input for the management entities that are to take the appropriate actions for service assurance (  ...  Of the many approaches to this issue, one of the most predominant techniques is the concept of Perceived Quality of Service (PQoS), which extends the traditional engineering-based QoS concept to the perceptual  ...  The EIMS consists of a set of functionality including -among others -an improved dynamic service management (policy based), MPEG-21-based cross-layer QoS adaptation, metadata management and an enhanced  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11760-008-0083-2 fatcat:c4dlzzj745hp5ihvqy7zihvyea

A market managed multi-service Internet (M3I)

Bob Briscoe, Vasilios Darlagiannis, Oliver Heckman, Huw Oliver, Vasilios Siris, David Songhurst, Burkhard Stiller
2003 Computer Communications  
The same packet congestion mechanism is then generalised to encourage customers to manage all classes of traffic responsibly and with optimal utilisation.  ...  The fundamental economics of packet networking has led us to a mechanism to guarantee quality of service (QoS) with no flow handling in the core Internet, giving far better scalability, robustness and  ...  Acknowledgements Some of the work reported here was funded in part by the EU Fifth Framework Project M3I (Market-Managed Multiservice Internet, IST-1999-11429).  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-3664(02)00158-5 fatcat:meosywqszrenfnsbwcht7tnek4

The Role of Responsive Pricing in the Internet

Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason, Liam Murphy, John Murphy
1996 Journal of Electronic Publishing  
In this paper, we argue that a feedback signal in the form of a variable price for network service is a workable tool to aid network operators in controlling Internet traffic.  ...  The Internet continues to evolve as it reaches out to a wider user population.  ...  pricing.  ... 
doi:10.3998/3336451.0002.111 fatcat:3zplxvp5avcybeiwxasvsp43t4

Congestion control mechanisms and the best effort service model

P. Gevros, J. Crowcroft, P. Kirstein, S. Bhatti
2001 IEEE Network  
An important requirement is to prevent congestion collapse, keep congestion levels low, and guarantee fairness.  ...  queue management strategy.  ...  The advantage of implicit feedback is simplicity in the routers; routers are left to focus only on resource allocation, and do not have to calculate and produce an appropriate feedback signal.  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.923937 fatcat:put7fnpkzzgljfox5ujrzloooq

The Role of Responsive Pricing in the Internet

Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason, Liam Murphy, John Murphy
1995 Journal of Electronic Publishing  
In this paper, we argue that a feedback signal in the form of a variable price for network service is a workable tool to aid network operators in controlling Internet traffic.  ...  The Internet continues to evolve as it reaches out to a wider user population.  ...  Price as a form of feedback Congestion control and feedback control are difficult problems in network operations.  ... 
doi:10.3998/3336451.0001.132 fatcat:ksu4ywzkdngyjb7byxbgz5y5bm

Signaling Overhead Reduction Techniques in Device-to-Device Communications: Paradigm for 5G and Beyond

O. Hayat, Zeeshan Kaleem, M. Zafarullah, R. Ngah, Siti Zaiton Mohd Hashim
2021 IEEE Access  
An efficient mobility management procedure is necessary to discover the neighboring devices in D2D communications systems.  ...  The Discovery of a massive number of devices requires an effective radio resource management procedure that causes signaling overhead.  ...  Therefore, to maintain the QoS and continuous connectivity a lot of signaling load involves, and an efficient mobility management procedure is required to discover and tracking the neighbor devices.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3050106 fatcat:5nz6yypvsbggvbyjjbytbjt5ie
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