Comparison of Border-to-Border Budget Based
Network Admission Control and Capacity
Rüdiger Martin, Michael Menth, Joachim Charzinski
There are two basic approaches to achieve Quality of Service
for communication networks: admission control (AC) and capacity
(CO). CO is simple and is cheaper to implement than AC but AC requires
less capacity to fulfill QoS criteria since overload traffic can be
is an almost religious war between scientists working on both concepts.
paper we try to contribute insights for this discussion by quantifying
savings potential of AC under various networking conditions.
Internet; QoS; Admission Control; Overprovisioning; Temporary
Overload; Hot Spot; M/M/infinity; M/M/n-0