This paper deals with an efficient dynamic band-width allocation technique is presented based on traffic prediction. In particular, the Self-Similar traffic modeling is herein considered and the accuracy of several prediction techniques is taken into account. With the aim of improving the overall system performance a corrective factor is introduced applying it to predicted traffic level. This approach is then applied to a satellite IP network based on the DVB-RCS standard highlighting the noticeable advantages of the proposed allocation policy in terms of link delay both in the case of a single traffic class and in a multiclass environment based on the Diffserv model.

Advanced dynamic resource allocation schemes for satellite systems / F. Chiti; R. Fantacci; F. Marangoni. - ELETTRONICO. - 3:(2005), pp. 1469-1472. ((Intervento presentato al convegno IEEE International Conference on Communications, 2005 (ICC 2005) tenutosi a Paris nel 16-20 May 2005 [10.1109/ICC.2005.1494589].

Advanced dynamic resource allocation schemes for satellite systems

CHITI, FRANCESCO;FANTACCI, ROMANO;
2005

Abstract

This paper deals with an efficient dynamic band-width allocation technique is presented based on traffic prediction. In particular, the Self-Similar traffic modeling is herein considered and the accuracy of several prediction techniques is taken into account. With the aim of improving the overall system performance a corrective factor is introduced applying it to predicted traffic level. This approach is then applied to a satellite IP network based on the DVB-RCS standard highlighting the noticeable advantages of the proposed allocation policy in terms of link delay both in the case of a single traffic class and in a multiclass environment based on the Diffserv model.
IEEE ICC 2005
IEEE International Conference on Communications, 2005 (ICC 2005)
Paris
16-20 May 2005
F. Chiti; R. Fantacci; F. Marangoni
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