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Continuous media applications have exceptionally stringent QoS requirements, and QoS for multimedia will remain a challenge well into the future. The solution begins with service-differentiated networks capable of providing appropriate grades of service to each application. This book takes the next step, showing how continuous media applications and QoS-enabled networks can interact, and offering a leading-edge framework in which applications and the network can cooperatively optimize end-to-end QoS.
Whether you're a multimedia researcher, designer, developer, or implementer, these advanced techniques can help you optimize performance, content categorization, and quality control.
Quality of Service for Internet Multimedia: a General Mapping Framework
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Significance of the Research. Scope of the Research. Contribution of the Research. Outline of this Book.
Introduction. QoS Performance Parameters. IP-Based QoS-Providing Mechanisms. Architectural Model for Differentiated Services. Service Differentiation for Proper QoS Provision. Approaches to Increasing Service Assurance and Quality.
Introduction. Overall Proposed QoS Mapping Framework in a DiffServ Network. Video Packet Categorization Based on the Relative Priority Index (RPI). QoS Mapping Problem Formulation and Solution. Experimental Results. Conclusions.
Introduction. Stable and Persistent Service Differentiation Based on Active Queue Management (ACM) and Weighted Fair Queueing (WFQ). QoS Mapping Scenarios. Experimental Results. Conclusions.
Introduction. Proposed QoS Mapping Control Architecture. Dynamic QoS Mapping Mechanism for Aggregated Flows. An Analysis of the Aggregated Traffic Marker. Performance Evaluations. Conclusions.
Introduction. Overview of the Proposed System. Detailed Components of Proposed Systems. Experimental Results. Conclusions.
Introduction. Background. JSN Approach. Analysis of Proposed JSN. Performance Evaluations. Conclusions.
Introduction. Receiver-Driven Layered Multicast (RLM) and DiffServ Networks. Enhanced AQM for Join Experiment. Hierarchical Priority Marking on Layered Video. Experimental Results. Conclusions.
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