Annie Ibrahim Rana

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Traffic management in home area networks (HANs) is different from the traditional traffic management in access and core networks. Traditionally HAN traffic works in best effort fashion and the HAN services are usually accommodated on the basis of first-in first-out rule. However quality can deteriorate when high number of users is connected to the HAN.(More)
—Translating between network management policies is desirable if a system needs to map downwards from a high-level objective to low-level configurations or to feed information back upwards from a network event to a matching policy. Techniques for policy translation require elements of semantic mapping between levels of management policy within a continuum.(More)
The emergence of new platforms providing Internet Protocol TeleVision (IPTV) services, such as Google TV and Apple TV is expected to revolutionize the way multimedia services are provided over the Internet. However, the existing network infrastructure falls well short of meeting the resource requirements to provide satisfactory levels of such services. This(More)
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