Romain Peyrichou

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This paper introduces a global XML-based QoS specification language, called XQoS and an associated architecture. The design of this language is driven by the need of a global QoS description language, able to supply a complete description of applications QoS needs that can be easily mapped towards transport, network and system QoS oriented services.(More)
In the last years, multimedia applications have been evolving and taking an important role in the multi-domain information exchange on the Internet. Although the QoS parameters required by the multimedia applications are well known and some form of guaranteed QoS is available at transport and network layers, there is no standard QoS specification enabling(More)
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