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Supporting Loss Guarantees in Buffer-Limited Networks

Mahmoud Elhaddad, Rami Melhem, Taieb Znati
2006 200614th IEEE International Workshop on Quality of Service  
We consider the problem of packet scheduling in a network with small router buffers.  ...  This problem is argued to be of interest in networks providing statistical loss-rate guarantees to ingress-egress connections with fixed bandwidth demands.  ...  CONCLUDING REMARKS We presented a new link scheduling algorithm for efficiently supporting loss guarantees in buffer-limited networks. The algorithm is simple and uses only local information.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iwqos.2006.250474 dblp:conf/iwqos/ElhaddadMZ06 fatcat:nyc4skau65gndmswyytwyxkdwq

An architecture for integrated networks that guarantees quality of service

Aurel A. Lazar, Adam Temple, Rafael Gidron
1990 International Journal of Digital & Analog Communication Systems  
A generic architecture for integrated networks that guarantees quality of service is described.  ...  KEY WORDS Quality of service Switching architectures Scheduling and buffer management  ...  Class I1 guarantees a service with limits both on the packet loss and on the average of consecutively lost packets that is caused by finite buffer sizes and the time-delay constraint.  ... 
doi:10.1002/dac.4510030218 fatcat:j72xjkc6jjc3xehjans4mvekiy

Quality Differentiation with Source Shaping and Forward Error Correction [chapter]

György Dán, Viktória Fodor
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Video applications require quality of service guarantees from the network in terms of limited packet loss, end-to-end delay, and delay variation.  ...  In the last years a variety of admission control schemes based on per-hop or end-to-end measurements has been suggested to control delay and loss sensitive streams with very little or no support at the  ...  All packets arrive within the defined delay limit to the destination due to the use of limited buffers at the network nodes and at the source shaper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-40012-7_18 fatcat:yry3vnlcuzethnjopl7ygacqtu

Application of integrated modeling technique for data services resource allocation in atm based private wan

FI Onah, CI Ani
2014 Nigerian Journal of Technology  
However, it has limitations in its ability to be used to simulate cell loss rate when deriving t limitations in its ability to be used to simulate cell loss rate when deriving t limitations in its ability  ...  to be used to simulate cell loss rate when deriving t limitations in its ability to be used to simulate cell loss rate when deriving t required for data services to guarantee specific Quality of Service  ...  (transmission link bandwidth and buffer capacity) can support without compromising cell loss rate standard.  ... 
doi:10.4314/njt.v33i1.10 fatcat:nwjokolcofbs3p3and224p7rk4

Dynamic resource allocation with service guarantees over large scale optical networks

Theofanis Orphanoudakis, Andreas Drakos, Helen Leligou, Alexandros Stavdas, Anthony Boucouvalas
2009 IEEE Communications Letters  
In this work we evaluate an alternative hierarchical network architecture, which achieves a satisfactory compromise by partitioning the network into a number of geographically limited domains operating  ...  The lack of effective contention resolution mechanisms in the optical domain presents dynamic optical switching architectures with a hard dilemma between high loss (when adopting one-way reservations)  ...  It is worth noting that in high loads, larger buffers result in higher loss.  ... 
doi:10.1109/lcomm.2009.081336 fatcat:mrgp6quw5nf43dcyix2jrtw5dm

Traffic management for TCP/IP over satellite ATM networks

R. Goyal, R. Jain, M. Goyal, S. Fahmy, B. Vandalore, S. Kota
1999 IEEE Communications Magazine  
In ABR, most losses are in the routers at the edges of the network, and there routers can perform fair buffer management to ensure IP-level fairness.  ...  In either case, a single satellite is designed to support thousands of Earth terminals.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.751496 fatcat:5t2276qmyfcinlb2qa3x73fp4e

Buffer-overflow and Noise-handling Model: Guaranteeing Quality of Service Routing for Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks

Adwan Alanazi, Khaled Elleithy
2016 Asian Journal of Scientific Research  
In this study, we introduce the buffer-overflow distance-aware and noise-handling (BODANH) model to guarantee the quality of service (QoS) for multipath routing over wireless multimedia sensor networks  ...  One significant challenge in designing the wireless multimedia sensor network is introducing an energy efficient routing protocol, which may transmit information despite limited resources.  ...  In order to guarantee the successful transmission of the multimedia content, the routing protocols need to be energy efficient and quality of service (QoS) support 6 .  ... 
doi:10.3923/ajsr.2016.198.205 fatcat:micnrimxeve6plzf6xse6eulwq

Carrier-grade ethernet challenges for IPTV deployment

S. Vedantham, Seong-Hwan Kim, D. Kataria
2006 IEEE Communications Magazine  
broadcast: Higher bandwidth and limits on delay and jitter; limited packet loss is acceptable • Video on demand (VoD): Higher-bandwidth statistical guarantees; less stringent delay and jitter requirements  ...  These requirements can be supported by designing in network processors on the access end of the network.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2006.1668377 fatcat:mbnievc655gqtljtukivp7fahu

Providing rate guarantees for internet application traffic across ATM networks

I. Andrikopoulos, A. Liakopoulos, G. Pavlou, Z. Sun
1999 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
This has led the ATM Forum's Traffic Management Group to define a new service category called guaranteed frame rate (GFR).  ...  GFR is intended to provide minimum cell rate guarantees and fair access to excess bandwidth left over from higher-priority services.  ...  Pappu and Basak in [15] showed with simulations that RR is unable to support GFR guarantees.  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.1999.5340707 fatcat:7awcbicaufflrax5kwpshoxgz4

Limited Delay Preemption Based Priority in Differentiated Optical Burst Switching Networks with Small Buffers

Jiuru Yang, Hong'an Ye
2013 Communications and Network  
Further, in order to guarantee the low-loss requirement for high priority bursts, an improved scheme is proposed and investigated by limiting the buffered right of low priority bursts within the specific  ...  To support services differentiation, it is the first time that the analytical model of delay preemption based priority is built.  ...  Acknowledgements This work is supported by the Heilongjiang Province Natural Science Foundation (No. 201009).  ... 
doi:10.4236/cn.2013.53b2082 fatcat:j5vdojjj6bg7loyynnby4swqva

QoS Support for Video Transmission in High-Speed Interconnects [chapter]

A. Martínez, G. Apostolopoulos, F. J. Alfaro, J. L. Sánchez, J. Duato
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we propose a network architecture that is at the same time compatible with the requirements of high-speed interconnects and provides video traffic with the QoS it demands.  ...  Current interconnect standards provide mechanisms to overcome the limitations of the best-effort model, but they do not suffice to satisfy the strict requirements of video transmissions.  ...  QoS support for multimedia traffic in packet networks Over the last years there has been extensive work on how to schedule resources of a packet switch to provide guaranteed performance to traffic.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11847366_65 fatcat:6kf44buvcrecpi6xxdkvsbxccq

Hybrid Technique for Enhancing Quality of Service in Wireless Network

Theophilus Alumona
2014 Advances in Networks  
fine-grained service guarantees to individual flows.  ...  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  ...  that will guarantee QoS in wireless networks.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.net.20140201.11 fatcat:ltfw2i2va5ddpbksr4xqd6tlv4

Joint Hybrid Wavelength Conversion and Fiber Delay Line for All-Optical Core Node Modeling and Optimization Using Dynamic QoS Support

Yassine Khlifi, Fahad Al-Zahrani
2021 IEEE Access  
The authors thank the Science and Technology Unit at Umm Al-Qura University for their continued logistics support.  ...  Finally, the FFA approach provided QoS support and minimized the network components, specifically the WC number in the presence of a limited FDL number.  ...  In the first step, a full range converter is replaced by a limited FDL number to assure the required functions, specifically QoS support and better resource usage.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3075551 fatcat:ddnv7x5ugnaqhmknvf2azgwd4u

QoS-Aware Flexible Handover Management in Software-Defined Mobile Networks

Yeunwoong Kyung, Tae-Kook Kim
2020 Applied Sciences  
Handover support is one of the important issues in mobile networks to guarantee the quality of service (QoS) requirements for mobile users.  ...  The proposed scheme classifies flows into four classes based on the QoS requirements of services in terms of delay and loss tolerance.  ...  These limitations can be solved in the SDN-based networks.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app10124264 fatcat:f7gqnk3s2je77boshdruvflugy

Using differentiated services to support Internet telephony

Fugui Wang, Prasant Mohapatra
2001 Computer Communications  
Then we use a selective dropping model to further prevent consecutive packet losses to satisfy the (m, k) firm guarantee [9] requirement, and thereby enhance the voice quality in the Internet telephony  ...  Current Internet supports only a best-effort service class, which does not provide any bandwidth or delay guarantee for the voice packets.  ...  Supporting more priority levels in the real-time queue could provide finer (m, k)-firm guarantee. However, it is not easy because the real-time queue only has a limited buffer size.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-3664(01)00330-9 fatcat:ohsalprmyreudbi4zqmisskuaa
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