AQUILA: adaptive resource control for QoS using an IP-based layered architecture

@article{Engel2003AQUILAAR,
  title={AQUILA: adaptive resource control for QoS using an IP-based layered architecture},
  author={Thomas Engel and Hermann Granzer and Berthold F. Koch and Martin Winter and Petros Sampatakos and Iakovos S. Venieris and Heinrich Hu\ssmann and Fabio Ricciato and Stefano Salsano},
  journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
  year={2003},
  volume={41},
  pages={46-53}
}
The basic structure of the implementation as well as experience made with several software technologies like JAVA, CORBA, LDAP, XML, is reported in this document. Common mechanisms used throughout the components are described. Keyword List: AQUILA, IST, software technologies, implementation experience, mechanisms AQUILA IST-1999-10077-WP2.1-SAG-2104-PU-R/b1 Report on implementation of the resource control agent for the second trial Executive Summary The main task of work-package 2.1 was the… CONTINUE READING
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