Quality for All: 4th COST 263 International Workshop on Quality of Future Internet Services, QoFIS 2003, Stockholm, Sweden, October 1-2, 2003, Proceedings

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Gunnar Karlsson, Michael I. Smirnov
Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 24, 2003 - Computers - 228 pages
The Internet has nearly a ten year history as a global, public communication infrastructure. The two applications that have created the demand from private and business users have been the World-Wide Web and electronic mail. We have inthelast?veyearsseentherapidlyemergingpopularityofpeer-to-peersharing of ?les, mostly for music, and to a more limited extent also the introduction of Internet telephony, television, and radio. These services place demands on the infrastructure that are higher with respect to quality and connectivity than web sur?ng and e-mail. Mobile (cellular) telephony has rivaled the Internet with respect to growth during the last decade. The hitherto separate networks are now set to merge into a mobile Internet that will give wireless access to all Internet services. The ambition behind the Internet’s continuing development is that it should serve as a general-purpose infrastructure and provide adequate support for all types of applications in terms of quality, connectivity, and cost. Thus the demands made on all Internet services must also be met by wireless access, and the circuit quality of a voice connection for mobile telephony must also be provided in the wiredIPnetworks.
 

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Contents

On the Impacts of Traffic Shaping on EndtoEnd Delay Bounds in Aggregate Scheduling Networks
1
An Adaptive RIO ARIO Queue Management Algorithm
11
Deterministic EndtoEnd Delay Guarantees in a Heterogeneous Route Interference Environment
21
A Case Study
31
Comparative Performance Analysis of RSVP and RMD
41
Global Time for Interactive Applications over Global Packet Networks
52
The Performance of Endpoint Admission Control Based on Packet Loss
63
TFRC Contribution to Internet QoS Improvement
73
Adaptive Multipath Routing Based on Local Distribution of Link Load Information
122
Statistical PointtoSet EdgeBased Quality of Service Provisioning
132
A Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation Algorithm for IEEE 80211e WLANs with HCF Access Method
142
Performance Analysis of an Enhanced IEEE 80211 Distributed Coordination Function Supporting Service Differentiation
152
Scheduling TimeSensitive Traffic on 80211 Wireless LANs
162
Throughput Analysis of a Probabilistic TopologyUnaware TDMA MAC Policy for Adhoc Networks
172
Study of the Capacity of Multihop Cellular Networks
182
Influence of Power Control and LinkLevel Retransmissions on Wireless TCP
193

Adaptive Bandwidth Provisioning with Explicit Respect to QoS Requirements
83
Wide Area Measurements of Voice over IP Quality
93
Bidirectional Search in QoS Routing
102
The NAROS Approach for IPv6 Multihoming with Traffic Engineering
112
A Users Satisfaction Driven Scheduling Strategy for Wireless Multimedia QoS
203
Effects on TCP from RadioBlock Scheduling in WCDMA High Speed Downlink Shared Channels
214
Author Index
224
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