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Supporting service differentiation for real-time and best-effort traffic in stateless wireless ad hoc networks (SWAN)

Gahng-Seop Ahn, A.T. Campbell, A. Veres, Li-Hsiang Sun
2002 IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing  
bandwidth for traffic flows Main Result n A simple, scalable, and robust architecture to deliver service differentiation in mobile wireless ad-hoc networks n Simple: only use classic MAC protocol  ...  n Scalable: stateless, local control mechanism n Robust: changes in network topology, real-time traffic load, and link failures do not affect the operation of proposed control system Distributed  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmc.2002.1081755 fatcat:i37eovnuyvfgtougk2apk6d7qu

The Incremental Deployability of Core–Stateless Fair Queuing [chapter]

Yannick Blanpain, Hung-Yun Hsieh, Raghupathy Sivakumar
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we study the incremental deployability of the Core-Stateless Fair Queuing (CSFQ) approach to provide fair rate allocations in backbone networks.  ...  We define incremental deployability as the ability of the approach to gracefully provide increasingly better quality of service with each additional QoS-aware router deployed in the network.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the Yamacraw organization ( for their generous support and funding part of this work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-47734-9_26 fatcat:caj7ktdrobdvndh5unamjvtuq4


2013 Journal of Computer Science  
In this study, we propose a Stateless Aggregate Fair Marking (SAMQ) with Multiple Queue Priority Scheduler for Differentiated Service (DiffServ) networks.  ...  In case of lower priority, Stateless Aggregate Fair Marking technique is utilized.  ...  Differential Service Networks (Diffserv Networks) The Diffserv architecture offers various service levels for fulfilling several service needs in an accessible way.  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2013.63.73 fatcat:btf5f4yf6naqncez656q3fgxji

Ad hoc network QoS architecture for cooperative Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)

Ouns Bouachir, Fabien Garcia, Nicolas Larrieu, Thierry Gayraud
2013 2013 IFIP Wireless Days (WD)  
This architecture is aware of agents needs in term of communication and is able to provide, or inform of the impossibility to provide, a quality of service in accordance to those needs.  ...  This paper presents an ad hoc network QoS architecture oriented toward cooperation between agents, called DAN.  ...  It differentiates two traffic classes: real-time and best-effort. SWAN uses rate control for Best-Effort traffic and sender based admission control for real-time traffic.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wd.2013.6686488 dblp:conf/wd/BouachirGLG13 fatcat:j35loa3vd5fqnfsr7qkrj6blza

QoS standards for ip-based networks

Y. Maeda
2003 IEEE Communications Magazine  
However, with its inherently connectionless and stateless nature, guaranteeing service or network performance in an IP network is much more complex.  ...  -Lu describes an overview of the effort underway in ITU-T SG 13 on an architectural framework for QoS support in packet networks, with a focus on IP.  ...  However, with its inherently connectionless and stateless nature, guaranteeing service or network performance in an IP network is much more complex.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2003.1204751 fatcat:3qu4pyyg6bahvdo6nvflycx25u

The Research on QoS Model Design in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

Yun Zhang
2012 International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences  
With the great development of multimedia applications, how to provide QoS guarantee in the MAC layer is the hot topic in wireless ad hoc network (MANET). This paper designed a QoS model in MANET.  ...  Wireless Ad Hoc Networks is a special kind of wireless communication network.  ...  S. et al. proposed a stateless network model, called SWAN, which uses distributed control algorithms to deliver service differentiation in mobile wireless ad hoc networks [7] .  ... 
doi:10.4236/ijcns.2012.511075 fatcat:56pcc2gg4ja6bdyihpcbrrqvey

An Adaptive QoS Model in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks

Ren Gao, Yun Zhang, Long Tang
2017 Journal of Advances in Applied Mathematics  
How to get quality of service (QoS) support in the MAC layer is a hot topic in wireless ad hoc network (MANET).  ...  Compared with traditional SWAN model, the proposed approach is improved by differentiated services in MAC layer in order to achieve high control rate of low-priority transactions.  ...  MAC layer mechanism of differentiated services reduces the delay and increases the throughput of the best effort services for real-time business.  ... 
doi:10.22606/jaam.2017.24004 fatcat:htsodbtj5fcvdc4nm7hwqxkhq4

Quality of Service Support in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks Connected to Fixed DiffServ Domains [chapter]

M. C. Domingo, D. Remondo
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
restrain best-effort traffic in order to favour real-time flows.  ...  This paper analyzes the provision of end-to-end Quality of Service between nodes in a mobile ad hoc network and a fixed IP network that supports Differentiated Services.  ...  SWAN SWAN is a stateless network scheme that has been specifically designed to provide end-to-end service differentiation in wireless ad hoc networks employing a best-effort distributed wireless MAC [  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30199-8_22 fatcat:k7dgamj4m5aa3furbywqir2nda

Framework on Quality of Service in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

C. Siva Krishnaiah, A. Subramanyam
2017 International Journal of Advanced Scientific Technologies, Engineering and Management Sciences  
With the expanding scope of MANET applications the need to support Quality of Service (QoS) in these networks has been essential.  ...  QoS in a network is measured in terms of guaranteed amount of data which a network transfers from one place to another during certain time.  ...  SWAN (Stateless Wireless Adhoc Network) This framework uses a local rate control mechanism for regulating injection of best-effort traffic into the network, a source-based admission control while accepting  ... 
doi:10.22413/ijastems/2017/v3/i5/49021 fatcat:osiwdtern5gsndgcgz4rsziule

A Framework for Mobility and QoS Provisioning in IPv6 DECT Networks [chapter]

Sarantis Paskalis, Georgios Lampropoulos, Dimitris Skyrianoglou, Evangelos Zervas
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We propose a framework for mobility and QoS provisioning in IPv6 DECT networks.  ...  Mobile IPv6 is deployed, in conjunction with standard DECT mobility procedures to provide a suitable environment for Internet users on the move. Furthermore, RSVP is utilized to handle QoS signaling.  ...  to the PP, while leaving some space for the default best effort traffic.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-38076-0_24 fatcat:ihs3qxkbjve73mzd7c5kggqas4

Flow-Based Reservation Marking in MPLS Networks

N. Liu, J. Cao, M. Liu, J. Zeng
2008 2008 IEEE International Conference on Communications  
It provides a simple, scalable and adaptive mechanism of implementing quantitative end-to-end QoS by mapping per flow in IntServ into per class in DiffServ.  ...  Marking in DiffServ at the edge of the network often follows a demand side policy.  ...  This research is supported in part by Natural Science Foundation for Young Scholar of UESTC (L08010601JX0746 and 747), China NSF grant (60703114).  ... 
doi:10.1109/icc.2008.83 dblp:conf/icc/LiuCLZ08 fatcat:lsaseuximjfi3dhyk6aci6nuui

High Speed Networks for Carriers [chapter]

Karl J. Schrodi
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper focuses on high speed networks in a future public network infrastructure.  ...  and data services and applications.  ...  The author alone is responsible for the content of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-47828-0_17 fatcat:nbrqghivh5dl7gfm3wj6ruhqum

Throughput guarantees for elastic flows using end-to-end admission control

Llu�s F�brega, Teodor Jov�, Yezid Donoso Meisel
2003 Proceedings of the 2003 IFIP/ACM Latin America conference on Towards a Latin American agenda for network research - LANC '03  
We propose to build this service in a core-stateless network such as Differentiated Services with an Admission Control (AC) method based on end-to-end measurements, using the first packets of the flow.  ...  Internet applications such as web or ftp will be satisfactorily supported by a guaranteed minimum throughput service.  ...  BUILDING THE SERVICE A. The Traditional Service The traditional service for elastic applications combines the best-effort network service and the TCP rate-adaptive mechanisms [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/1035662.1035676 dblp:conf/lanc/FabregaJM03 fatcat:bmqn5jxopjat3h5dcnkkzdja2m


S.Venkatasubramanian, Dr.N.P.Gopalan
2020 Zenodo  
The network bandwidth utilization is monitored continuously and network congestion is detected in advance. Then a rate control mechanism is used to regulate best-effort traffic.  ...  It is an effective means to provide service differentiation to different class of service in mobile ad hoc networks.  ...  bounds, and minimal queuing delay to packets • Controlled Load Services: It gives a service that is as close as possible to a best-effort service in a lightly loaded network and • Best Effort Services  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4159448 fatcat:vnwienva3batlk7kvwvndq6mta

Flow Oriented Approaches to QoS Assurance

Robert Wójcik, Andrzej Jajszczyk
2012 ACM Computing Surveys  
The following flow-oriented architectures for quality of service assurance in IP networks are surveyed: Integrated Services, Connectionless Approach to QoS guarantees, Dynamic Packet State, Caspian Networks  ...  and Anagran, the Feedback and Distribution method, Flow-Based Differentiated Services, Flow-Aware Networking, the Flow-State-Aware transport, and Flow-Aggregate-Based services.  ...  Services ARS, GRS, MRS, VRS GS: Guaranteed Service, PS: Predictive Service, BE: Best Effort, BWRB: Bulk With Reserved Bandwidth, BWBE: Bulk With Best Effort, BBE: Bulk Best Effort, AR: Available  ... 
doi:10.1145/2071389.2071394 fatcat:wdxxttastfat3ithkhwzfsil4y
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