Evaluating the Overheads of Source-Directed Quality-of-Service Routing

  title={Evaluating the Overheads of Source-Directed Quality-of-Service Routing},
  author={Anees Shaikh and Jennifer Rexford and Kang G. Shin},
Quality-of-service (QoS) routing satisfies application performance requirements and optimizes network resource usage but effective path-selection schemes require the distribution of link-state information, which can impose a significant burden on the bandwidth and processing resources in the network. We investigate the fundamental trade-off between network overheads and the quality of routing decisions in the context of the source-directed linkstate routing protocols proposed for future IP and… CONTINUE READING


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