A new global quality of service model: QoXphere

@article{Ibarrola2014ANG,
  title={A new global quality of service model: QoXphere},
  author={Eva Ibarrola and Eduardo Saiz and Luis Zabala and Leire Cristobo and Jin Xiao},
  journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
  year={2014},
  volume={52},
  pages={193-199}
}
The telecommunications sector has experienced significant changes over the past few years. The advent and rise of new applications and services, together with a competitive market, has led to a complex scenario in which quality of service plays a major role. Under this condition, novel QoS regulation and standardization initiatives are required. During the last few years new terms and concepts, such as quality of experience or QoS perceived, have been included in the updated and new QoS-related… 

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