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Toward IP virtual private network quality of service: a service provider perspective
To complement classical enterprise wide area network infrastructures, IP (based) virtual private networks have been gaining ground, with the capability of offering cost-effective, secure, andExpand
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A DHT-based Peer-to-Peer Framework for Resource Discovery in Grids
Several systems adopting Peer-to-Peer (P2P) solutions for resource discovery in Grids have recently been proposed. This report looks at a P2P resource discovery framework aiming to manage variousExpand
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An enhanced dropping scheme for proportional differentiated services
  • J. Zeng, N. Ansari
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE International Conference on Communications…
  • 11 May 2003
As the DiffServ architecture is gaining ground, traffic engineering requires major adjustments. In addition, the measurement-based strategy gas been widely adopted owing to its advantages ofExpand
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Critical issues of onboard switching in DVB-S/RCS broadband satellite networks
The next generation of broadband satellite networks is challenged to accommodate multimedia services while concurrently integrating with terrestrial IP networks. With IP applications dominating theExpand
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A Peer-to-Peer Framework for Resource Discovery in Large-Scale Grids
As Grids enlarge their boundaries and users, some of their functions should be decentralized to avoid bottlenecks and guarantee scalability. A way to provide Grid scalability is to adopt Peer-to-PeerExpand
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Peer-to-Peer Models for Resource Discovery in Large-Scale Grids: A Scalable Architecture
As Grids enlarge their boundaries and users, some of their functions should be decentralized to avoid bottlenecks and guarantee scalability. A way to provide Grid scalability is to adopt Peer-to-PeerExpand
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Optimal Bandwidth Sharing in Grid Environments
We consider the problem of bulk data transfers and bandwidth sharing in the context of grid infrastructures. Grid computing empowers high-performance computing in a large-scale distributedExpand
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Optimizing network resource sharing in grids
While grid computing reaches further to geographically separated clusters, data warehouses, and disks, it poses demanding requirements on end-to-end performance guarantee. Its pre-definedExpand
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Scheduling network requests with transmission window
We consider the problem of bulk data transfers and bandwidth sharing in the context of grid infrastructures. Grid computing empowers high-performance computing in a large-scale distributedExpand
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Traffic Isolation and Network Resource Sharing for Performance Control in Grids
  • P. Primet, J. Zeng
  • Computer Science
  • Joint International Conference on Autonomic and…
  • 23 October 2005
While grids reach further to geographically separated clusters and data warehouses, grid applications pose new demands on end-to-end performance control. Data-intensive grid applications rely on theExpand
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