Active Queue Management Algorithms in DiffServ Networks

  title={Active Queue Management Algorithms in DiffServ Networks},
  author={Chou Chuntung and Liu Wei and Cheng Wenqing and He Jianhua and Le Chun-hui and Yang Zongkai},
  journal={Journal of Software},
Current assured forwarding (AF) service in differentiated services (DiffServ) networks can provide stable guarantees in throughput, but is lacking of efficient schemes in ensuring queuing delay and loss ratio. By analyzing the steady state operating point of RIO, this paper proposes two active queue management algorithms with adaptive control policy, namely ARIO-D and ARIO-L. These two algorithms can provide differentiated performance in, respectively, queuing delay and loss ratio, in addition… 
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