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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Given that applications and services for evolving mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) have diverse quality of service requirements in a similar fashion to fixed networks, this paper proposes a proportional service differentiation (PSD) model. This model is highly scalable and simple to adopt in MANETs because it does not require explicit admission control or maintenance of state information in any intermediate node. It relies instead on localized scheduling and buffer management to achieve adoi:10.1007/11424505_10 fatcat:vgxdztvlgnfifneapzvcysuaou