Towards an integrated quality of service architecture (QOS-A) for distributed multimedia communications

Leopold, Helmut and Campbell, Andrew and Hutchison, David and Singer, N. (1993) Towards an integrated quality of service architecture (QOS-A) for distributed multimedia communications. In: Proceedings of the IFIP TC6/WG6.4 Fourth International Conference on High Performance Networking IV. ACM, Liege, Belg, pp. 169-182. ISBN 0444814817

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Abstract

The evolution of distributed computing is being simultaneously influenced by the new multimedia applications requirements and by the increasing capability of high-speed multiservice networks. The performance of the communications system will be critical in meeting the needs of the emerging distributed multimedia applications; in particular new transport mechanisms should guarantee quality of service for a wide variety of end user systems. Specification and design of a high performance transport service and protocol should be based on a top down approach. This paper describes the key communications requirements as a first stage in establishing an integrated Quality of Service Architecture (QOS-A) for distributed multimedia computing.

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