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  • Bo-Shen Liou
  • 2011
The main goal of the next generation Internet is to support a wide variety of applications with different Quality-of-Service (QoS) requirements. A multi-service network can be achieved by priority scheduling. When connections setup, packet delay for each priority queue is an important issue for route selection. This paper focuses on the head-of-line (HOL)(More)
  • Bo-Shen Liou
  • 2008
We design a QoS-oriented pricing architecture with multiple delay levels and bandwidth supports. In contrast to previous work in pricing Internet, our QoS pricing architecture considers prices charged for the resources with queueing theory characteristics. Our pricing strategy adopts load-based cost function to make the resource distribution more(More)
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