Proportional delay differentiation provision by bandwidth adaptation of class-based queue scheduling

  title={Proportional delay differentiation provision by bandwidth adaptation of class-based queue scheduling},
  author={Angelos Michalas and Malamati D. Louta and Paraskevi Fafali and George T. Karetsos and Vassilis Loumos},
  journal={Int. J. Communication Systems},
Supporting Quality of Service (QoS) over the Internet is a very important issue and many mechanisms have been already devised or are under way towards achieving this goal. One of the most important approaches is the so called Differentiated Services (DiffServ) architecture, which provides a scalable mechanism for QoS support in a TCP/IP network. The main concept underlying DiffServ is the aggregation of traffic flows at an ingress (or egress) point of a network and the marking of the IP packets… CONTINUE READING


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