• Published 1996

Improving Qos through Traac Smoothing

@inproceedings{Knightly1996ImprovingQT,
  title={Improving Qos through Traac Smoothing},
  author={Edward W. Knightly and Paola Rossaro},
  year={1996}
}
The burstiness of variable bit rate traac makes it diicult to simultaneously make eecient use of network resources and provide end-to-end performance guarantees. In this paper, we present a smoothing scheme that allows network clients to optimize their quality-or price-of-service to respectively reduce their end-to-end delay bound or decrease their resource requirements from the network. Whether or not smoothing results in a net beneet to the network client depends on the the network load, the… CONTINUE READING

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