ABE: Providing a Low-Delay Service within Best-Effort. Hurley, P., Boudec, J., Thiran, P., & Kara, M. IEEE Network, 15(3):60-69, May, 2001.
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@article{ Hurley01,
  author = {P. Hurley and J. Boudec and P. Thiran and M. Kara},
  title = {ABE: Providing a Low-Delay Service within Best-Effort},
  journal = {IEEE Network},
  year = {2001},
  volume = {15},
  number = {3},
  pages = {60-69},
  month = {May},
  annote = {In this article an alternative best effort service (ABE) is proposed. The idea with this service is to provide low delay at the expense of maybe less throughput. This makes ABE suitable for interactive adaptive applications. With ABE, every best effort packet is marked as either "green" or "blue". Green packets are guaranteed a low bounded delay in every router. In exchange, green packets are more likely to be dropped during periods of congestion than blue packets. For every packet, the choice of color is made by the application. ABE is realized by the introduction of a new scheduling method: duplicate scheduling with deadlines (DSD). Simulations with ns-2 show that, indeed, blue packet flows have higher throughput while green packet flows have a low bounded delay.},
  bibdate = {Thursday, August 02, 2001 at 08:48:00 (CEST)},
  submitter = {Karl-Johan Grinnemo}
}
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