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Transparent QoS Support of Network Applications Using Netlets [chapter]

Kalaiarul Dharmalingam, Martin Collier
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We use mobile-agent components called Netlets for this purpose. Netlets are nomadic components that roam in a network providing predefined network services.  ...  This paper describes a method for providing QoS support to legacy (non-QoS aware) network applications.  ...  To enable applications to request reservations from QoS provisioned networks, different APIs like the RAPI for RSVP, the QoS API from the Internet2 community [3] , and the generic QoS API integrated in  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36086-7_19 fatcat:ttjgltehaveulc2yjzw47ju4k4

Supporting QoS for Legacy Applications [chapter]

C. Tsetsekas, S. Maniatis, I. S. Venieris
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
It mainly focuses on the support of a proxy-based framework for the identification of flows, the measurement of basic QoS parameters and the definition of an API that can be used by middleware components  ...  The Internet community currently concentrates its efforts on mechanisms that support QoS in various layers of the OSI model.  ...  Acknowledgement This work was performed in the framework of IST Project AQUILA (Adaptive Resource Control of QoS Using an IP-based Layered Architecture -IST-1999-10077) funded in part by the EU.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-47734-9_11 fatcat:kkokfda7bjez3h72y5avxupvsi

An architecture for QoS guarantees and routing in wireless/mobile networks

Indu Mahadevan, Krishna M. Sivalingam
1998 Proceedings of the 1st ACM international workshop on Wireless mobile multimedia - WOWMOM '98  
Also, QoS parameters specific to the mobile environment have been studied. An implementation and performance study of the routing protocol are being worked on.  ...  An experimental testbed is being developed to test the feasibility of the proposed approach and results for providing QoS guarantees indicate that the modified RSVP and CBQ mechanisms do enable us to reserve  ...  An Architecture for QoS guarantees and Routing in Wireless/Mobile Networks  ... 
doi:10.1145/288338.288355 dblp:conf/wowmom/MahadevanS98 fatcat:u73ottpf7zdhlguokobztfysbi

Dynamic resource configuration in DiffServ networks: control plane mechanisms and performance evaluation of a traffic control API

S. Giordano, M. Listanti, F. Mustacchio, S. Niccolini, S. Salsano, L. Veltri
2004 Computer Networks  
The testbed implementation of proposed architecture and a set of performance tests on the internal QoS API are reported.  ...  The simplest approach is to have a static configuration of QoS and therefore no direct interaction in the control plane between applications and QoS.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Donald Papalilo and Enzo Sangregorio for their work in support of the specifications and of the test-bed implementation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2003.12.006 fatcat:vk5ewvkngzgitgg7kbutytv4mi

A market-based bandwidth charging framework

David Michael Turner, Vassilis Prevelakis, Angelos D. Keromytis
2010 ACM Transactions on Internet Technology  
We present a market-based approach to self-managing QoS across multiple ISPs.  ...  Section 4 describes our prototype implementation, the testbed used for the evaluation, and the measurements collected during the tests we run.  ...  We based our prototype on ISI's implementation of the RSVP protocol [2] , because we did not wish to implement yet another reservation protocol.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1667067.1667068 fatcat:pp3mzkky4reo7aizbje7jv5654

Report on the 5th IFIP international workshop on quality of service (IWQOS'97)

Oguz Angin, Andrew T. Campbell, Lai-Tee Cheok, Raymond R-F Liao, Koon-Seng Lim, Klara Nahrstedt
1997 Computer communication review  
and (iv) ten technical sessions that included new topics for IWQOS such as mobile communications, QOS routing and QOS-based transport systems.  ...  The speaker outlined an agenda for realizing an open programmable networking environment based on the concept of a broadband kernel that better reflects the service creation and deployment environment  ...  year's workshop and to the local Organization Committee (particularly, Koon-Seng Lim and Oguz Angin) for all their hard work.  ... 
doi:10.1145/263932.264025 fatcat:lwuklckdsbewlhj77lyvpl74mu

Optical Networks Functional Evolution and Control Technologies

P. SZEGEDI, T. GAJEWSKI, W. IMAJUKU, S. OKAMOTO
2007 IEICE transactions on communications  
Finally, the related research activities based on simulation results of control plane dimensioning are illustrated and real test bed experiments on OIF worldwide interoperability demonstration and the  ...  The possible interaction schemes and implementation models of the automatic communication between applications and network as well as between ASON/GMPLS based network domains are proposed.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank all the partners of the European Commission founded IST project MUPBED (FP6-511780) for their assistance and support, especially Henrik Wessing from DTU.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ietcom/e90-b.8.1944 fatcat:bohlgxkgyjb3nk6rzld3efen4y

A Differentiated Services API for Adaptive QoS Management in IP Networks [chapter]

Gérard Nguengang, Dominique Gaiti, Miguel F. de Castro
2007 IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
However, tuning QoS parameters in edge and core routers of a DiffServ domain for efficient resource utilization and stable network behavior is not an easy task.  ...  Because of the unpredictable and dynamic behavior of the Internet traffic, network entities need to take fast decisions and perform fast adaptations for the provision of adequate end-to-end QoS.  ...  Now that it is possible to interface external software with a router and modify its QoS parameters "on-the-fly", the next step for this work is to design an intelligent agent on top of this API, whose  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-49690-0_9 fatcat:frk5ol4cyzdb7pqtybek2lgk6q

Programming Telecommunication Networks [chapter]

Aurel A. Lazar
1997 Building QoS into Distributed Systems  
We discuss the realization of an open programmable networking environment based on a new service architecture for advanced telecommunication services that overcomes the limitations of the existing networks  ...  We address some of the important QoS, performance, scalability, and implementation issues, fully aware that our work has opened new vistas that call for additional research.  ...  Acknowledgments The author would like to thank Koon-Seng Lim and the other members of the COMET Group, for extensive discussions on these and related issues.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35170-4_1 fatcat:d7bnv75hxffxtauoqe76f2zrtq

Programming telecommunication networks

A.A. Lazar
1997 IEEE Network  
We discuss the realization of an open programmable networking environment based on a new service architecture for advanced telecommunication services that overcomes the limitations of the existing networks  ...  We address some of the important QoS, performance, scalability, and implementation issues, fully aware that our work has opened new vistas that call for additional research.  ...  Acknowledgments The author would like to thank Koon-Seng Lim and the other members of the COMET Group, for extensive discussions on these and related issues.  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.620517 fatcat:ckymq2rg6fa7dactgn2i3iscoe

Multimedia services for distant work and education in an IP/ATM environment

D. Fernandez, A.B. Garcia, D. Larrabeiti, A. Azcorra, P. Pacyna, Z. Papir
2001 IEEE Multimedia  
The Internet provides no quality of service (QoS) guarantee and a low bandwidth.  ...  The fact that only the Internet and ISDN are available for service pro-vision inhibits the development and deployment of advanced tele-education environments based on the already available and cost-effective  ...  We wish to express our gratitude to Lars Blomgren Andersen and the members of the Danish IT Center for Education and Research (UNI-C) as well as to other anonymous evaluators for their work and effort  ... 
doi:10.1109/93.940002 fatcat:cw7qyekhgbek5p4zpkiezc3wam

I3- A New Intelligent Generation for Internet Networks [chapter]

Nadia Boukhatem, Benoit Campedel, Hakima Chaouchi, Vincent Guyot, Francine Krief, Thi Mai Trang Nguyen, Guy Pujolle
2002 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
We first describe a policy-based networking management environment and some new protocols allowing an easy control of the QoS and the mobility.  ...  Then, we describe the Internet Third Generation (13) platform that is our suggestion for an intelligent agent-based implementation of the policy based networking management.  ...  The original version of this chapter was revised: The copyright line was incorrect. This has been corrected. The Erratum to this chapter is available at DOI: 10.1007/978-0-387-35584-9 19  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35584-9_8 fatcat:kfpgfu6jkbglpc6sb5wxm5hcki

A self-adaptive service provisioning framework for 3G+/4G mobile applications

S. Karlich, T. Zahariadis, N. Zervos, N. Nikolaou, B. Jennings, V. Kollias, T. Magedanz
2004 IEEE wireless communications  
, there is a need for the realization of next-generation service delivery platforms to allow seamless and adaptive provisioning of multimedia information and communication services to mobile users.  ...  In light of the increasing acceptance of the notion of Next Generation Networks (NGN), which will result from the convergence of the fixed and mobile telecommunications, Internet, and entertainment sectors  ...  , testing tools, interworking units, protocol analyzers, and mobile agents, among others.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mwc.2004.1351681 fatcat:kdp6ciugondsfpqyps5jhszkti

Architecture of the Multi-Modal Organizational Research and Production Heterogeneous Network (Morphnet) [chapter]

R. J. Aiken, R. A. Carlson, I. T. Foster, T. C. Kuhfuss, R. L. Stevens, L. Winkler
1997 Intelligent Networks and Intelligence in Networks  
Internet and telecommunications service providers will also benefit from a multi-modal infrastructure, which can provide smoother transitions to new technologies and allow for testing of these technologies  ...  requirements of both while ensuring one type of traffic does not adversely affect the other.  ...  implementations and APIs in the switches and end host systems, as well as admission control capabilities for both A TM and RSVP.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35323-4_16 fatcat:hmcjvhuyavhfzgiwukicugt3em

Results of a Survey to Identify Differences between Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Research Process

Tom Kollman, Atila Ertas
2010 Transdisciplinary Journal of Engineering & Science  
RSVP is not itself a routing protocol; RSVP is designed to operate with current and future unicast and multicast routing protocols.  ...  Generic design of the component allows for specific applicability to a variety of challenges.  ...  User Interface Applications Standards and Protocols Speed Size and transfer rate Documentation Security Control  ... 
doi:10.22545/2010/0002 fatcat:lktnfqcjyzc5ji5mlonrlmve3i
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