Service Differentiation : Congestion Pricing , Brokers and Bandwidth Futures

@inproceedings{Key1999ServiceD,
  title={Service Differentiation : Congestion Pricing , Brokers and Bandwidth Futures},
  author={Peter Key},
  year={1999}
}
In most Networks or Systems, users compete for a set of limited resources. Resources might be point-to-point bandwidth, buffer space, memory, CPU cycles etc. and users can be humans, applications or processes. Connection-oriented Telecoms services use either reservation, where resources are booked in advanced or Admission Control — think of telephony or ATM for example. Packet-based services and Operating Systems rely mainly on either priority schemes, for instance using simple priority queues… CONTINUE READING

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