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A Differentiated Services QoS Scheme Preventing Malicious Flow Behavior in Mobile Ad hoc Networks

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4 Author(s)
Margaritidis, Margaritis ; Mobile Multimedia Laboratory Department of Computer Science Athens University of Economics and Business 10434, Greece ; Ververidis, Christopher N. ; Xylomenos, George ; Polyzos, George C.

The design of an efficient Quality of Service (QoS) scheme for a Mobile Ad hoc Network requires addressing all the challenging characteristics of such a network. Specifically, a QoS scheme for such an environment must have a light-weight implementation, in terms of both storage and processing requirements, must be scalable and keep the signaling overhead to a minimum, must focus on differentiated services instead of ¿hard¿ guarantees, and must provide the necessary incentives for the flows to be cooperative. This paper describes such a QoS scheme which manages to meet all the aforementioned requirements while still having a simple, yet effective, implementation.

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Wireless Conference 2006 - Enabling Technologies for Wireless Multimedia Communications (European Wireless), 12th European

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2-5 April 2006

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