Protocols for High Speed Networks V
Walid Dabbous, Christophe Diot
Springer, Oct 31, 1996 - Computers - 248 pages
This book presents a state-of-the-art view of transmission control for multimedia applications and new communication system architectures. It focuses on the problems of achieving efficient transmission of multimedia time-constrained application data using high-speed networks and internetworks. Key areas include: protocol development; quality of service issues; protocol analysis; high-performance architectures; implementation of high-speed protocols; experimental studies; application-oriented issues; application-controlled communication systems; protocols for distributed multimedia applications; protocol implementation tools.
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AAL5 AAL5-PDUs admission control algorithm architecture ATM Forum ATM networks background traffic bandwidth bytes cache checksum client Computer congestion data manipulation functions data packet delay efficiency end-to-end environment error rate Ethernet Figure flow goodput i-Kernel IEEE ILP loop INRIA integrated interface Internet interrupt handler ITU-T jitter layer link loss probability load maximum MBone mechanisms MPEG multicast group multicast tree NetworkBuffer number of receivers number of transmissions operating system packet loss partial order performance processing QoS adapter QoS management QoS monitor QoS parameters Quality of Service queue rate control redundancy registers reliable multicast requirements retransmission timer RMTP scheme sender sending server simulation SPARCstation specification streams SunOS TCP connections throughput token bucket traffic contract traffic shaping transfer transmitted Transport Protocol un)marshalling variable VBR traffic contract