San Diego, California
Apr. 14, 2002 to Apr. 18, 2002
Ali Maqousi , Oxford Brookes University
Shalini Tater , Oxford Brookes University
Frank Ball , Oxford Brookes University
In this paper we present work in progress in the development of a measurement based flow acceptance control mechanism that will support guaranteed services in multiservice packet switched networks. Using simulation models we present simulation experiments with two monitoring techniques. One that monitors the percentile occupancy of queue and the other that monitors the mean and variance of packet inter-arrival times and packet lengths of a continuous media packet stream. Both these techniques will be considered in the development of the measurement based flow acceptance mechanism.
Traffic Monitoring, Multisirvice networks, MFAC
Ali Maqousi, Shalini Tater, Frank Ball, "Traffic Monitoring Techniques for Measurement Based Flow Acceptance Control", SS, 2002, Simulation Symposium, Annual, Simulation Symposium, Annual 2002, pp. 0201, doi:10.1109/SIMSYM.2002.1000155