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Available Bandwidth Estimation Techniques (ABETS) For An Efficient Telemedicine Content Transport Network

@article{Kayange2013AvailableBE,
  title={Available Bandwidth Estimation Techniques (ABETS) For An Efficient Telemedicine Content Transport Network},
  author={Daniel Kayange and Ramadhani S. Sinde and Anael Elikana Sam},
  journal={International journal of engineering research and technology},
  year={2013},
  volume={2}
}
The ability to measure end-to-end Available Bandwidth (unused capacity) in the network path is useful for route selection in overlay networks, QoS verification, network management, traffic engineering and real-time resource provisioning, control flow and congestion, construction of overlay routing infrastructure, topology building in peer to peer networks, and call admission control, dynamic encoding rate modification in streaming applications, capacity planning, intelligent routing systems… Expand
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