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Readings in Multimedia Computing and Networking
A large-scale multimedia server, in practice, has to service a large number of clients simultaneously. Given the real-time requirements of each client and the fixed data transfer bandwidth of disks, a multimedia server must employ admission control algorithms to decide whether a new client can be admitted for service without violating the requirements of the clients already being serviced. In this paper, we present an admission control algorithm for multimedia servers which: (1) exploits thedoi:10.1016/b978-155860651-7/50147-9 fatcat:wamficde7bdgnemlge7sicahk4