Jérôme Tassel

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This paper suggests that a multi-service packet network might be achieved by adding classification and scheduling to routers, but not policing. Instead, a lightweight, packet-granularity charging system is presented that emulates a highly open policing function and is completely separated from the data path. A high proportion of charging operations runs on(More)
We describe a dynamic pricing framework designed to support a radical approach to usage-based charging for packet-switched networks. This approach addresses various scalability issues by shifting responsibility for accounting and billing to customer systems. The ultimate aim is to create an active multi-service network which uses pricing to manage supply(More)
The main objective of the model we describe in this paper is to allow easy, flexible addition of quality of service (QoS) control to Java Internet applications. In this work the QoS is expressed in terms of network and host resources, the network QoS being controlled with RSVP. Flexibility is provided by a prototype product from the ANSA research(More)
In this paper we present a novel scalable accounting infrastructure to support charging for network usage and Quality of Service (QoS) in an Internet context. Measurement and accounting are two core processes of a charging mechanism that make heavy demand on resources. They reduce the resource available for the core processes of the network i.e. routing and(More)
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