A new scheduling mechanism to provide relative differentiation for real-time IP traffic

@inproceedings{Bodamer2000ANS,
  title={A new scheduling mechanism to provide relative differentiation for real-time IP traffic},
  author={Stefan Bodamer},
  booktitle={GLOBECOM},
  year={2000}
}
In this paper, design alternatives for supporting realtime traffic in a differentiated services IP network node are studied. A scheduling algorithm called weighted earliest due date (WEDD) is proposed that provides tunable delay differentiation for applications like video or voice over IP. WEDD enhances the earliest due date (EDD) scheduling mechanism in such a way that not only different delay bounds but also different deadline violation probabilities are provided. The ratios of violation… CONTINUE READING

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