Quality-of-Service in Packet Networks: Basic Mechanisms and Directions

@article{Gurin1999QualityofServiceIP,
  title={Quality-of-Service in Packet Networks: Basic Mechanisms and Directions},
  author={Roch Gu{\'e}rin and Vinod G. J. Peris},
  journal={Computer Networks},
  year={1999},
  volume={31},
  pages={169-189}
}
In this paper we review the basic mechanisms used in packet networks to support Quality of Service QoS guarantees We outline the various approaches that have been proposed and discuss some of the trade o s they in volve Speci cally the paper starts by introducing the dif ferent scheduling and bu er management mechanisms that can be used to provide service di erentiation in packet net works The aim is not to provide an exhaustive review of existing mechanisms but instead to give the reader a… CONTINUE READING

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