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Quality of service and call admission control for adaptive multimedia services in wireless/mobile networks

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3 Author(s)
Yang Xiao ; Dept. of Comput. Sci. & Eng., Wright State Univ., Dayton, OH, USA ; Chen, C.L.P. ; Yan Wang

Multimedia services with Quality of Service (QoS) have become very demanded in wireless/mobile networks. Call admission control (CAC) is vital for these services partially due to the network's limited capacity. In this paper, we propose a call admission control framework for adaptive multimedia services in a wireless/mobile network, where the bandwidth of an ongoing call is time-varying during its lifetime. A call is degraded if the assigned bandwidth is below its request bandwidth. We introduce a new QoS parameter: degraded area size (DAS). It stands for the normalized mean product of the proportion of a calls degraded time and the degree of degradation. Based on DAS, we present a CAC model to show how to guarantee DAS. We also introduce a bandwidth reallocation algorithm to adjust calls bandwidth in a cell. Simulation results are compared with those from non adaptive multimedia services and show that the performance of our method is better

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National Aerospace and Electronics Conference, 2000. NAECON 2000. Proceedings of the IEEE 2000

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2000

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