QoS-adaptation by software agents in the presence of defective reservation mechanisms in the Internet

@article{Meer1998QoSadaptationBS,
  title={QoS-adaptation by software agents in the presence of defective reservation mechanisms in the Internet},
  author={Hermann de Meer and Antonio Puliafito and Jan-Peter Richter and Orazio Tomarchio},
  journal={Proceedings Third IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications. ISCC'98. (Cat. No.98EX166)},
  year={1998},
  pages={488-492}
}
Originally, the Internet delivered best-effort service quality with respect to end-to-end delay. Recently, extensions such as RSVP have been proposed to provide guaranteed real-time services as well. Unfortunately, network resources, such as routers, do not yet fully, support RSVP reservation protocols so that guarantees cannot truly be given. We suggest to follow the paradigm of open programmable networks for a more complete QoS provisioning. Reservation gaps or tunnels are dynamically closed… CONTINUE READING

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