Quality of Service for Internet Multimedia
& • Presents a simple yet practical approach to achieve realistic multimedia networking simulations by simulating applications. & <br/ & > & • In-depth coverage of recent research results in the area of multimedia transmission over QoS-enabled networks. & <br/ & > & • Straight from the source, Authors from the federally funded IMSC research program at USC.
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adaptive WFQ admission control aggregate architecture assigned average avg_len bandwidth best-effort class queues CM applications corruption model decoder delay differentiated services DiffServ domain DiffServ network drop DS domain encoding end-system end-to-end video quality error-resilient feedback filter flows forwarding frame guaranteed header IETF interconnected trTCM Internet IntServ IP multicasting join experiment layered video loop filter MPLS MQ mapping multicasting network DS levels network service optimal packet loss rate packet-forwarding mechanism per-flow priority queue proposed protocol PSNR QoS control QoS mapping QoS mapping control queue management random early detection rate adaptation relative service differentiation resource reservation protocol routers RPI-aware RSVP scalable scenario scheduling scheme Section shown in Figure simulation SQ q static WFQ target rate total cost constraint video applications video flow video packets video quality video stream