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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Quality of service (QoS) is receiving strong attention due to its key role in distributed multimedia computing. QoS is not a new concept, being usually employed in the domain of computer networks to specify a set of parameters typically assigned to transport connections. As a rule, QoS is established through negotiation between service users and providers. The process of negotiation is simple if the resources are managed by a centralized entity (e.g. an operating system) or by a set ofdoi:10.1007/3-540-62803-7_19 fatcat:ioao46dv4bbvhiqtspcmta6u6i