Modeling quality of service techniques for packet-switched networks

Zuberek, W.M., Strzeciwilk, D.

Dependability Engineering, ed. F.P. Garcia Marquez; InTechOpen 2018, ch.8, pp.125-140 (ISBN 978-1-78923-259-2).

Abstract:

Quality of service is the ability to provide different priorities to different applications, users or dataflows, or to guarantee a certain level of performance to a dataflow. The paper uses timed Petri nets to model techniques that provide the quality of service in packet-switched networks and illustrates the behavior of developed models by performance characteristics of simple examples. These performance characteristics are obtained by discrete-event simulation of analyzed models.

Keywords:

quality of service, packet-switched networks, timed Petri nets, priority queueing, fair queueing, weighted fair queueing, performance analysis, discrete-event simulation.

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