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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Network quality of service is traditionally thought to be provided by a combination of scheduling in the network nodes to enforce a capacity sharing policy and traffic controls to prevent congestion that could annihilate that policy. The work presented herein is instead based on an end-to-end argument: A capacity sharing policy is enforced by traffic controls in the hosts at the edges of the network, without any scheduling support in the network. Our proposal is to add a feed-forward control atdoi:10.1007/11499169_21 fatcat:iankci5q2zdn5c2bqaih6cgyqu