Pipelined frames for ATM real-time traffic management

TitlePipelined frames for ATM real-time traffic management
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1997
AuthorsLe Pocher, H., V. C. M. Leung, and D. Gillies
JournalGLOBECOM 97 - IEEE GLOBAL Telecommunications Conference, Conference RECORD, Vols 1-3

A congestion control strategy for real-time ATM traffic is proposed. This strategy, called Virtual Frame Queueing, enhances the non-work-conserving service discipline of link-level framing with some features of work conserving disciplines. A single frame size can guarantee a broad range of delay bounds for any given network path and also define a common bound on cell delay variation, shared by all connections. An important feature is that the assigned delay bound need not increase significantly as a function of the number of nodes along the connection path. The strategy can be easily extended to multiple frame sizes.

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