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Papers Published at GC-CNIT 2007
All 10 Papers
IDAuthors and TitlePages
4.Cnf-32 Mr. Slim Ben Halima
Prof. Mohamed-Slim Alouini
Dr. Khalid Qaraqe
Effect of feedback errors on joint MS-GSC combining and multiuser downlink scheduling
1-5
4.Cnf-86 Mr. Rabi W. Yousif

WAVELENGTH REQUIREMENTS AND BLOCKING PROBABILITY FOR WDM MULTICASTING
6-9
4.Cnf-307



A Study on a Dynamic Traffic Control System for Continuous Media
10-15
4.Cnf-308
Prof. George T. Karetsos
A Study on the Effects of Mobility and Network Size on the Performance of Ad-Hoc Routing Protocols in Wireless Networks
16-21
4.Cnf-405

Prof. Mohammed Elmusrati
Random Power Allocation Analysis for a Sensor Network in Nakagami Channels
22-26
4.Cnf-653 Dr. Mehdi Rahmati
Prof. Vahid Tabataba Vakili
Performance Improvement of a Multiuser MIMO System Using Perfect Space- Time Block Code
27-32
4.Cnf-706 Prof. Dharma P. Agrawal
Enhanced Approach for Random Key Pre-Distribution in Wireless Sensor Networks
33-38
4.Cnf-734
Real-time implementation of fringe pattern analysis using DSP parallel processing system
39-44
4.Cnf-736
New Bit-to-Symbol Mapping for APSK Signaling in a Satellite Communications System
45-48
4.Cnf-781 Dr. Ikram S. Trigui
Dr. Zarai Faouzi
Prof. Lotfi Kamoun
Vertical handoff management for next generation heterogeneous networks
49-54
4.Cnf-307 Paper View Page
Title A Study on a Dynamic Traffic Control System for Continuous Media
Authors , , ,
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Abstract As a system for guaranteeing QoS of continuous media by traffic control, there exists IntServ using RSVP that guarantees bandwidth for object traffics by executing bandwidth control. This system, however, restricts bandwidth for other traffics through the session of object traffics because of its static bandwidth control. Then, to solve the problem, we studied a dynamic traffic control system that can guarantee QoS of continuous media, and at the same time generate excess bandwidth for other traffics by executing bandwidth control dynamically. We also confirmed the normal operation and effectiveness of it experimentally. In this paper, we describe the design of the system and the experimental results.
Track CCN: Communications and Computer Networks
Conference 1st Mosharaka International Conference on Communications, Networking and Information Technology (MIC-CNIT 2007)
Congress 2007 Global Congress on Communications, Networking and Information Technology (GC-CNIT 2007), 6-8 December 2007, Amman, Jordan
Pages 10-15
Topics End-to-end QoS Provision
Wireless Multimedia
ISSN 2227-331X
DOI
BibTeX @inproceedings{307CNIT2007,
title={A Study on a Dynamic Traffic Control System for Continuous Media},
author={ , and , and , and },
booktitle={2007 Global Congress on Communications, Networking and Information Technology (GC-CNIT 2007)},
year={2007},
pages={10-15},
doi={}},
organization={Mosharaka for Research and Studies} }
Paper Views 60 Paper Views Rank 143/524
Paper Downloads 30 Paper Downloads Rank 92/524
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