Network Service Provisioning in UWB Open Mobile Access Networks. Dario Di Sorte , Student Member, IEEE , Mauro Femminella , Student Member, IEEE , Gianluca Reali , Associate Member, IEEE , and Sven Zeisberg , Member, IEEE.
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Dario Di Sorte, Student Member, IEEE, Mauro Femminella, Student Member, IEEE,Gianluca Reali, Associate Member, IEEE, and Sven Zeisberg, Member, IEEE
IEEE JOURNAL ON SELECTED AREAS IN COMMUNICATIONS, VOL. 20, NO. 9, DECEMBER 2002
End user (through IB)
Identifies an ASP for a specific service
Requests service (quality of desired service and willingness to pay)
Transforms customer’s qualitative requirements into quantitative technical parameters
Requests RB to find the “best” path to deliver the application service (eBDL)
Identifies the potential domains and checks their offers with e-Table
Runs an interdomain routing algorithm
RB -> ASP
ASP -> End user : Relevant price
End user -> ASP : Accept/Reject
ASP -> Each NAP involved : Service contract
LMG: Local Mobility Gateway