Networking

QoS Parametric Correlation for Network Management, a Link Between Application's Requests and Network's Capabilities

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Executive Summary

Optimal resources management between application's requests and network's capability is determined by a human-device interaction, completing in this way the future architectural concept of developing inherent/integrated resource management capabilities inside the network elements. By aggregating and setting up QoS parametric dependencies between user's needs and network's context, resource management represents the guarantee for high performance network. Performing an analysis of application inter-frame delay and frame-size parameters - as the application's requested parameters - upon the received signal level, retries rate, channel throughput, and loss rate of the RF network - as the network's capabilities - the paper demonstrates that QoS parametric correlation can prove crucial on network resource management.

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