On implementation architecture for achieving QoS provisioning in integrated services networks

Dapeng Wu, Yiwei Thomas Hou, Zhi Li Zhang, H. Jonathan Chao, Takeo Hamada, Tomohiko Taniguchi

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This paper presents an implementation architecture based on per flow queueing that is capable of achieving QoS provisioning for future integrated services networks consisting of the guaranteed service (GS), the controlled-load (CL), and the best-effort (BE) service classes. We propose several novel traffic management mechanisms, including Adaptive Rate allocation for Controlled-load (ARC), a hybrid model-based and measurement-based admission control algorithm for GS and CL flows, and a Quasi-Pushout Plus (QPO+) packet discarding mechanism. Simulation results show that our architecture and algorithms provide hard QoS guarantee to GS flows under all conditions, consistent (soft) QoS to CL flows under both light and heavy load conditions, and effective control of negative impact from non-conforming CL flows. Our architecture and algorithms also resolve several issues associated with the traditional class-based approach.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationIEEE International Conference on Communications
Pages461-467
Number of pages7
Volume1
StatePublished - 1999

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Wu, D., Hou, Y. T., Zhang, Z. L., Chao, H. J., Hamada, T., & Taniguchi, T. (1999). On implementation architecture for achieving QoS provisioning in integrated services networks. In IEEE International Conference on Communications (Vol. 1, pp. 461-467)

On implementation architecture for achieving QoS provisioning in integrated services networks. / Wu, Dapeng; Hou, Yiwei Thomas; Zhang, Zhi Li; Chao, H. Jonathan; Hamada, Takeo; Taniguchi, Tomohiko.

IEEE International Conference on Communications. Vol. 1 1999. p. 461-467.

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Wu, D, Hou, YT, Zhang, ZL, Chao, HJ, Hamada, T & Taniguchi, T 1999, On implementation architecture for achieving QoS provisioning in integrated services networks. in IEEE International Conference on Communications. vol. 1, pp. 461-467.
Wu D, Hou YT, Zhang ZL, Chao HJ, Hamada T, Taniguchi T. On implementation architecture for achieving QoS provisioning in integrated services networks. In IEEE International Conference on Communications. Vol. 1. 1999. p. 461-467
Wu, Dapeng ; Hou, Yiwei Thomas ; Zhang, Zhi Li ; Chao, H. Jonathan ; Hamada, Takeo ; Taniguchi, Tomohiko. / On implementation architecture for achieving QoS provisioning in integrated services networks. IEEE International Conference on Communications. Vol. 1 1999. pp. 461-467
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