Relative Differentiated Services in the Internet: Issues and Mechanisms


In the context of relative differentiated services the network traffic is grouped in N classes of service which differ in their relative forwarding quality, i.e., class i is better than class i 1 in terms of local (per-hop) forwarding measures of the queueing delays and packet losses. Users and applications, on the other hand, select adaptively the class… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/301453.301571


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