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A framework for bandwidth management in ATM networks-aggregate equivalent bandwidth estimation approach

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3 Author(s)
Dziong, Z. ; INRS Telecommun., Verdun, Que., Canada ; Juda, M. ; Mason, L.G.

A unified framework for traffic control and bandwidth management in ATM networks is proposed. It bridges algorithms for real-time and data services. The central concept of this framework is adaptive connection admission. It employs an estimation of the aggregate equivalent bandwidth required by connections carried in each output port of the ATM switches. The estimation process takes into account both the traffic source declarations and the connection superposition process measurements in the switch output ports. This is done in an optimization framework based on a linear Kalman filter. To provide a required quality of service guarantee, bandwidth is reserved for possible estimation error. The algorithm is robust and copes very well with unpredicted changes in source parameters, thereby resulting in high bandwidth utilization while providing the required quality of service. The proposed approach can also take into account the influence of the source policing mechanism. The tradeoff between strict and relaxed source policing is discussed

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Networking, IEEE/ACM Transactions on  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb 1997

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