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When stochastic rate-delay services meet stochastic network calculus
Proceedings of the 5th international student workshop on Emerging networking experiments and technologies - Co-Next Student Workshop '09
The delay-sensitive applications has been rapidly growing in recent years, while the current Internet is not well equipped to support such delay-sensitive traffic. The proposed SRD (Stochastic Rate-Delay) services enable a user to choose between a higher transmission rate or low queuing delay at a congested network link. Delay could be allowed to spike occasionally as long as average low delay remains guaranteed. We build a model using stochastic network calculus to analyze the proposal anddoi:10.1145/1658997.1659025 dblp:conf/conext/WangL09 fatcat:ucewupts2faqxdksg2gebkgfey