Evi Tsolakou

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This deliverable collects the studies about the traffic handling mechanisms in the AQUILA architecture. Traffic handling in AQUILA is composed of four related mechanisms operating at different time scales: provisioning (days to weeks), resource pools (hours), admission control (seconds to minutes), traffic control (milliseconds).
The Differentiated Service Architecture (DiffServ) is currently a popular research topic as a low-cost method to provide Quality of Service to the different applications in the Internet. This paper addresses the definition and deployment of specific network services in a DiffServ environment. The proposed network services are described, while our main focus(More)
This deliverable specifies the traffic handling mechanisms for the second trial. Traffic handling in AQUILA is composed of four related mechanisms operating at different time scales: provisioning (days to weeks), resource pools (hours), admission control (seconds to minutes), traffic control (milliseconds). Executive Summary This deliverable provides the(More)
The Differentiated Services (DiffServ) architecture has been proposed as a scalable solution for providing service differentiation among flows. Towards the enhancement of this architecture, new mechanisms for admission control and a new set of network services are proposed in this paper. Each network service is appropriate for a specific type of traffic and(More)
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