Cognitive Packet Network for Bilateral Asymmetric Connections

@article{Gelenbe2014CognitivePN,
  title={Cognitive Packet Network for Bilateral Asymmetric Connections},
  author={Erol Gelenbe and Zarina Kazhmaganbetova},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics},
  year={2014},
  volume={10},
  pages={1717-1725}
}
Network testbed experimentation is useful to evaluate new protocols, since it offers realism and repeatability under controllable conditions. Thus, in this paper, we make use of a software network platform, the cognitive packet network (CPN), to offer best-effort quality of service (QoS) to end users and to develop a new bilateral QoS differentiation between pairs of communicating nodes. In the proposed approach, each CPN edge or user node is a source and a destination at the same time… CONTINUE READING
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