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Proceedings of the ninth ACM international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '01
In this paper, we present a protocol that allocates resources in communication networks in order to assure specific QoS characteristics as requested by new connections. The design takes into consideration the possibility for the network allocation to adapt to application requirements. The proposed protocol uses a Bandwidth Preemptive Algorithm that permits adaptive bandwidth allocation in multicast, multistream environments. This design has been inspired by the one proposed by Sakate  wheredoi:10.1145/500213.500232 fatcat:uazvws3ptfcqtgf5w5yk5qarv4