Flowmeter for QoS provision in packet switched networks

Kim, Kicheon and Hutchison, D. (1998) Flowmeter for QoS provision in packet switched networks. Electronics Letters, 34 (1). pp. 21-22. ISSN 0013-5194

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Abstract

A flowmeter is a set of traffic-related variables associated with a connection established in a network node as a result of the connection setup. Comprehensive quality-of-service provision to each packet flow is the purpose of flowmeter-based dynamic packet scheduling. The earliest deadline first (EDF) scheduling algorithm is adopted for rate allocation, delay control, and flow control. A gas pressure admission control algorithm is also presented to simplify EDF admission test. The delay performance of the scheduler is evaluated on a subnetwork of the Internet.

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Journal Article
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Electronics Letters
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20 Apr 2020 14:40
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