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Integral Measurement Process of Incoming Traffic for Measurement-Based Admission Control

By Mihails Kuļikovs, Ernests Pētersons and Sergejs Šarkovskis

Abstract

The real-time applications are both sensitive to delay and loss. As a result, quality of service guarantees have attracted a lot of research interest in the past decade. Dynamic management of system parameters like bandwidth and buffer capacity allows to gain essential performance benefits while quality of service guarantees are met. For the recent years a method of admission control based on meas-urements have received a wide recognition. MBAC needs to estimate input traffic parameters to make a decision about allowing the flow into the system with limited resources of buffer capacity and bandwidth of output channel. The pre-sent paper shows several solutions to minimize possible er-rors of flows parameters estimation which is critical for making the correct decision about a new flow allowance

Topics: Measurement-Based Admission Control
Publisher: IEEE
OAI identifier: oai:ortus.rtu.lv:8737
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