Anup Kumar Talukdar

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This paper describes a reservation protocol to provide real-time services to mobile users in an Integrated Services Packet Network. Mobility of hosts has significant impact on the quality of service provided to a real-time application. The currently proposed network system architecture and mechanisms to provide real-time services to fixed hosts are(More)
This paper considers the support of real-time applications to mobile hosts in an Integrated Services Packet Network. We have proposed a service model for mobile hosts that can support adaptive applications which can withstand wide range of available bandwidth, as well as applications which require mobility independent service guarantees. We describe an(More)
This paper considers the problem of handoo management in an Integrated Services Packet Network supporting mobile hosts. In such a network, links may become overloaded due to a high concentration of mobile hosts within a given cell. As a result, the required Quality of Service guarantees cannot be provided to all ows in that cell. However, there exists(More)
This paper describes a reservation protocol to provide real-time services to mobile users in an Integrated Services Packet Network. Mobility of hosts has signiicant impact on the quality of service provided to a real-time application. The currently proposed network system architecture and mechanisms to provide real-time services to xed hosts are inadequate(More)
7 CONCLUSIONS In this paper we have described an architecture designed to support resource reservations and fast routing in a mobile environment. The concept of QoS-domains and routing-domains help in building a hierarchical architecture which takes advantages of various methods of reservation capabilities and routing policies. The current implementation of(More)
This paper considers the support of real-time services to mobile users in an Integrated Services Packet Network. In the currently existing architectures, the service guarantees provided to the mobile hosts are mobility dependent, i.e. mobile hosts experience wide variation in the Quality of Service and often service disruption when hosts move from one(More)
This paper considers the support of real-time applications to mobile hosts in an Integrated Services Packet Network. We have proposed a service model for mobile hosts that can support adaptive applications which can withstand wide range of available bandwidth, as well as applications which require mobility independent service guarantees. We describe an(More)