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Overview of measurement-based connection admission control methods in ATM networks

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3 Author(s)
Kohei Shiomoto ; NTT Network Service Systems Laboratories ; Naoaki Yamanaka ; Tatsuro Takahashi

An overview is given of previously-proposed measurement-based connection admission control (CAC) methods. First we address requirements for CAC methods, and then provide a taxonomy for CAC methods. Measurement-based CAC methods are discussed in detail, classified according to the taxonomy, and compared against each other with respect to the requirements. We conclude that measurement-based CAC methods based on effective bandwidth and bufferless models are promising because they do not require complex hardware and are less dependent on assumptions regarding traffic than methods in which the effect of buffer is considered.

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IEEE Communications Surveys  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 1 )