Distributed federative QoS resource management

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Abstract

In a distributed multimedia system QoS resources have to be managed carefully to utilize the resource pool in a way that bottlenecks can be avoided. Our key idea is to let the applications participate on the resource management. We propose a distributed architecture with a fine granulated, balanced resource management with explicit QoS characteristics. The architecture is based on a distributed cooperative resource manager which combines both the adaption and reservation principle for guaranteeing QoS. We have designed and implemented a prototype of our federative QoS resource manager (FQRM) in the Java environment.

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Hölzl, G., & Böszörményi, L. (2000). Distributed federative QoS resource management. Future Generation Computer Systems, 16(6), 717–725. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0167-739X(99)00070-9

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