Quality of service guarantees at end-to-end transport protocols

Eyas Al-Hajery, Salim A Hariri

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Abstract

Emerging high-speed networks provide support for a wide range of applications with different traffic characteristics and Quality of Service (QoS) requirements. For example, real time applications require guaranteed services such as minimum bandwidth and bounded end-to-end delay. Network resources should be allocated in order to provide the guaranteed services required by applications. Networks employ traffic and congestion control mechanisms in order to allocate the needed network resources and enforce the allocation of these resources throughout the connection life. Moreover, QoS should also be guaranteed end-to-end at the transport protocol level. In this paper, we examine how QoS requirements for applications can be guaranteed at connection ends. In addition, we introduce a schedulability algorithm for applications that have a strict delay bound requirement. This algorithm will verify that packets delay bounds for these applications will not be violated.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationIEEE International Performance, Computing & Communications Conference, Proceedings
Editors Anon
PublisherIEEE
Pages321-327
Number of pages7
StatePublished - 1998
Externally publishedYes
EventProceedings of the 1998 IEEE International Performance, Computing and Communications Conference, IPCCC - Phoenix, AZ, USA
Duration: Feb 16 1998Feb 18 1998

Other

OtherProceedings of the 1998 IEEE International Performance, Computing and Communications Conference, IPCCC
CityPhoenix, AZ, USA
Period2/16/982/18/98

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Quality of service
Network protocols
HIgh speed networks
Traffic control
Telecommunication traffic
Bandwidth

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Al-Hajery, E., & Hariri, S. A. (1998). Quality of service guarantees at end-to-end transport protocols. In Anon (Ed.), IEEE International Performance, Computing & Communications Conference, Proceedings (pp. 321-327). IEEE.

Quality of service guarantees at end-to-end transport protocols. / Al-Hajery, Eyas; Hariri, Salim A.

IEEE International Performance, Computing & Communications Conference, Proceedings. ed. / Anon. IEEE, 1998. p. 321-327.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Al-Hajery, E & Hariri, SA 1998, Quality of service guarantees at end-to-end transport protocols. in Anon (ed.), IEEE International Performance, Computing & Communications Conference, Proceedings. IEEE, pp. 321-327, Proceedings of the 1998 IEEE International Performance, Computing and Communications Conference, IPCCC, Phoenix, AZ, USA, 2/16/98.
Al-Hajery E, Hariri SA. Quality of service guarantees at end-to-end transport protocols. In Anon, editor, IEEE International Performance, Computing & Communications Conference, Proceedings. IEEE. 1998. p. 321-327
Al-Hajery, Eyas ; Hariri, Salim A. / Quality of service guarantees at end-to-end transport protocols. IEEE International Performance, Computing & Communications Conference, Proceedings. editor / Anon. IEEE, 1998. pp. 321-327
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