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Scalable QoS provision through buffer management

R. Guérin, S. Kamat, V. Peris, R. Rajan
1998 Proceedings of the ACM SIGCOMM '98 conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communication - SIGCOMM '98  
Finally, a scalable architecture for QoS provisioning is presented that integrates the proposed buffer management scheme with WFQ scheduling that uses a small number of queues.  ...  In this paper, we propose and analyze an approach that uses a simple buffer management scheme to provide rate guarantees to individual flows (or to a set of flows) multiplexed into a common FIFO queue.  ...  However, note that in order to deliver good QoS, it is important to also couple WFQ schedulers with effective buffer management schemes.  ... 
doi:10.1145/285237.285254 dblp:conf/sigcomm/GuerinKPR98 fatcat:zszhubxpinb55fyvqm4odmq4we

Scalable QoS provision through buffer management

R. Guérin, S. Kamat, V. Peris, R. Rajan
1998 Computer communication review  
Finally, a scalable architecture for QoS provisioning is presented that integrates the proposed buffer management scheme with WFQ scheduling that uses a small number of queues.  ...  In this paper, we propose and analyze an approach that uses a simple buffer management scheme to provide rate guarantees to individual flows (or to a set of flows) multiplexed into a common FIFO queue.  ...  However, note that in order to deliver good QoS, it is important to also couple WFQ schedulers with effective buffer management schemes.  ... 
doi:10.1145/285243.285254 fatcat:z3fewiddmvcnlkm6xosw52acii

Towards a Cost-Effective Interconnection Network Architecture with QoS and Congestion Management Support [chapter]

A. Martínez, P. J. García, F. J. Alfaro, J. L. Sánchez, J. Flich, F. J. Quiles, J. Duato
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Congestion management and quality of service (QoS) provision are two important issues in current network design.  ...  However, two novel, efficient, and cost-effective techniques for provision of QoS and for congestion management have been proposed recently.  ...  We provide advanced techniques for the buffer management, which allow a good performance under heavy and unbalanced load, while still providing appropriate QoS levels.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11823285_93 fatcat:yfku6qkryjh7po3utlhtemrv3m

Admission control for providing QoS in DiffServ IP networks: the TEQUILA approach

E. Mykoniati, C. Charalampous, P. Georgatsos, T. Damilatis, D. Goderis, P. Trimintzios, G. Pavlou, D. Griffin
2003 IEEE Communications Magazine  
The validity of the approach is supported by a scalability analysis while it has also been verified by a prototype system.  ...  Admission control is a key component for QoS delivery in IP networks because it determines the extent to which network resources are utilized and whether the contracted QoS characteristics are actually  ...  Important to the scalability of dynamic admission management are the monitoring requirements.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2003.1166652 fatcat:667g542tdrampoedvztyzrzkji

Dynamic Admission Control For Quality Of Service In Ip Networks

J. Kasigwa, V. Baryamureeba, D. Williams
2007 Zenodo  
We evaluate the performance of the proposed mechanism through trace-driven simulation experiments in view point of blocking probability, throughput and normalized utilization.  ...  INTRODUCTION DMISSION control in IP networks has become an important area of interest for most network researchers and network managers in the provisioning of end-to-end Quality of Service (QoS) [1] ,  ...  The bandwidth broker is introduced for the control and management of end-to-end QoS to reduce the complexity of QoS control plane [7] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1072002 fatcat:2ie7t6q4ibhzzfrio6gxsj5uou

Service-driven traffic engineering for intradomain quality of service management

P. Trimintzios, G. Puvlou, P. Flegkos, P. Georgatses, A. Asqqri, E. Mykoniati
2003 IEEE Network  
In this article we present an integrated approach to intradomain QoS management that brings together two-level service management and traffic engineering approaches, coupled through the concept of the  ...  IP differentiated services (DiffServ) is widely seen as the framework to provide QoS in the Internet in a scalable fashion.  ...  among the PHBs in each link by appropriately selecting the scheduling discipline and buffer management parameters.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mnet.2003.1201474 fatcat:6kjbwwjflzdjtiz3ow6oo7bvbe

Quality of service in an information-centric network

Mays F. Al-Naday, Andreas Bontozoglou, Vassilios G. Vassilakis, Martin J. Reed
2014 2014 IEEE Global Communications Conference  
QoS provisioning is one of the key challenges facing current as well as future Internet architectures.  ...  In this work, we exploit the flexibility in semantic representation offered by ICN to present a flexible and scalable ICN-based QoS model.  ...  QoS Information in the Topology Manager QoS information is mainly utilized by the TM function, since it is the one to select the most appropriate path through the network.  ... 
doi:10.1109/glocom.2014.7037079 dblp:conf/globecom/Al-NadayBVR14 fatcat:fbkgahexgzesrme567ixrfckyu

Middleware-based connection management for QoS-enabled networks

Errin W. Fulp, John R. Smith, Tong Zhang, Sethuraman Panchanathan
2004 Internet Multimedia Management Systems V  
As a result, management strategies are needed to provide QoS across multiple domains in a scalable and economically feasible manner.  ...  Using this framework, this paper describes management strategies to optimally provision and allocate end-to-end connections.  ...  These QoS assurances can be provided with the proper management (provisioning and allocation) of network resources, such as processor time, link bandwidth, and buffer space.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.580063 fatcat:esuh7sqkcnespnozbehcfzz7yy

Congestion Control Mechanism for Traffic Engineering within MPLS Networks [chapter]

Felicia Holness, Chris Phillips
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Once label switched paths (LSPs) have been provisioned through the service providers' network, there are currently no management facilities for dynamic re-optimisation of traffic flows.  ...  capacity, these are not sufficient to deliver the QoS required [2].  ...  Traffic Flow Provisioning So far basic provisioning has been considered i.e., mapping LSPs to buffers according to their particular QoS requirements and the long term loading situation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-40019-2_22 fatcat:bwmbjdrmlfhk5imn7eiwga2wqu

AQoSM: Scalable QoS multicast provisioning in Diff-Serv networks

Jun-Hong Cui, Li Lao, Michalis Faloutsos, Mario Gerla
2006 Computer Networks  
The deployment of IP multicast support is impeded by several factors among which are the state scalability problem, the cumbersome management and routing, and the difficulty of supporting QoS.  ...  In this paper, we propose an architecture, called Aggregated QoS Multicast (AQoSM), to provide scalable and efficient QoS multicast in Diff-Serv networks.  ...  AQoSM-The New Architecture for Scalable QoS Multicast Provisioning We design a new architecture, AQoSM (Aggregated QoS Multicast), to support scalable QoS multicast.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2005.03.003 fatcat:2h3fgixlmzeobh44lilkdqldpe

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  
This paper studies the issues, challenges, parameters involved in QoS including the classification of QoS approaches and various QoS frameworks are discussed with its scope.  ...  To quantitatively measure QoS several related parameters are preferred.  ...  The parameters to be considered for QoS provisioning are [15] . Bandwidth It is the raw capability of a communications channel to move data through that channel.  ... 
doi:10.22413/ijastems/2017/v3/i5/49021 fatcat:osiwdtern5gsndgcgz4rsziule

Latency Assurances for Multi-Class Traffic at the QoS-Capable Home Network Wireless Access Point (Tutorial)

Chaiwat OOTTAMAKORN, Dennis BUSHMITCH
2011 Walailak Journal of Science and Technology  
The algorithm is simple, controllable, and scalable for implementation with the support of both absolute and relative QoS guarantees to multi-class traffic.  ...  In this article we present a resource management and scheduling algorithm for a QoS-aware wireless access point for use in enterprise and home network solutions.  ...  One important parameter of QoS requirements is the delay through the network experienced by the services.  ... 
doi:10.2004/wjst.v1i2.181 doaj:02d81075289c4747b52191a695ad93ad fatcat:xcfsfdgicfahrcpbyi3zstyouq

Scalable video coding and transport over broadband wireless networks

Dapeng Wu, Y.T. Hou, Ya-Qin Zhang
2001 Proceedings of the IEEE  
To address these issues, three techniques, namely, scalable video coding, network-aware adaptation of end systems, and adaptive QoS support from networks, have been developed.  ...  Real-time video transmission typically has requirements on quality of service (QoS).  ...  Under the above buffering architecture, we design our per-flow-based traffic management algorithms with the aim of achieving QoS requirements and fairness.  ... 
doi:10.1109/5.904503 fatcat:yqcpmtdiobbmlgfpuaqe26av7e

Hybrid Technique for Enhancing Quality of Service in Wireless Network

Theophilus Alumona
2014 Advances in Networks  
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  ...  The proposed mechanism shall support both IntServ and DiffServ QoS approaches, thereby enhancing the different QoS requirements under different scenarios.  ...  DiffServ approach of QoS provisioning guarantees scalability and efficient control in networks with high resource and traffic specification, but is lacking in the provision resource reservation for aggregate  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.net.20140201.11 fatcat:ltfw2i2va5ddpbksr4xqd6tlv4

Memory management for multimedia Quality of Service in resource constrained embedded systems

M Holenderski, C G U Okwudire, R J Bril, J J Lukkien
2010 2010 IEEE 15th Conference on Emerging Technologies & Factory Automation (ETFA 2010)  
These problems are addressed through advanced memory management techniques.  ...  In this paper, we consider multimedia Quality-of-Service (QoS) in resource constrained embedded systems, where scalable applications are structured as directed acyclic graphs of tasks, which communicate  ...  through the buffer elements.  ... 
doi:10.1109/etfa.2010.5641322 dblp:conf/etfa/HolenderskiOBL10 fatcat:7pzbbnyvfncjleb2hcqjo6utka
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