On-line call admission for high-speed networks

  title={On-line call admission for high-speed networks},
  author={Anja Feldmann September},
  • Anja Feldmann September
  • Published 1996
New networking technologies such as asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) can carry a wide variety of traffic – voice, video, and data – over a single digital network. Since some of these services depend on bandwidth guarantees, the network should employ some mechanism for preventing network links from becoming overly congested. This includes making intelligent decisions about whether to accept a call, and if so, when to schedule it, and how to route it. Such strategies are called call admission… CONTINUE READING
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