Computer Networks and ISDN Systems
This paper presents a real time front-end admission control scheme for ATM networks. A call management scheme which uses the burstiness associated with traffic sources in a heterogeneous ATM environment to effect dynamic assignment of bandwidth is presented. In the proposed scheme, call acceptance is based on an on-line evaluation of the upper bound on cell loss probability which is derived from the estimated distribution of the number of calls arriving. Using this scheme, the negotiated quality of service will be assured when there is no estimation error. The control mechanism is effective when the number of calls is large, and tolerates loose bandwidth enforcement and loose policing control. The proposed approach is very effective in the connection oriented transport of ATM networks where the decision to admit new traffic is based on thea priori knowledge of the state of the route taken by the traffic.
Srinidhi, Saragur M.; Thesling, William H.; and Konangi, Vijaya K., "An Adaptive Scheme for Admission Control in ATM Networks" (1997). Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Faculty Publications. 71.
Srinidhi, S. M., Thesling, W. H., , & Konangi, V. K. (1997). An adaptive scheme for admission control in ATM networks. Computer Networks and ISDN Systems, 29(5), 569-582.
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