Maria-Dolores Cano

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In this paper we present a new mechanism to provide an assured service in terms of target rate and fair excess bandwidth, like the Internet Assured Service. Research in Internet Assured Service faced up both questions in separate ways proposing different traffic conditioners to work with the RIO buffer management, and proposing different modifications to(More)
Traffic conditioners play a key role in implementing the Assured Service in the framework of the DiffServ approach. Many research papers have focused on finding the best traffic conditioner able to assure contracted target rates and to fairly distribute the excess bandwidth among competing sources. Nevertheless, none of the proposals presented so far(More)
Recent demands for new applications are giving rise to an increasing need of Quality of Service (QoS). Nowadays, most IP-based networks tend to use the DiffServ architecture to provide end-to-end QoS. Traffic conditioners are a key element in the deployment of DiffServ. In this paper, we introduce a new approach for traffic conditioning based on feedback(More)
The Counters-Based Modified (CBM) traffic conditioner was presented in a previous work as a feasible election for the Assured Service implementation with DiffServ. In this work, we evaluate the end-to-end performance of TCP Reno sources with the CBM traffic conditioner in topologies with one and three network nodes under miscellaneous characteristics, i. e.(More)
The emergence of low-cost connected devices is enabling a new wave of sensorization services. These services can be highly leveraged in industrial applications. However, the technologies employed so far for managing this kind of system do not fully cover the strict requirements of industrial networks, especially those regarding energy efficiency. In this(More)