An Approach to Flexible QoS Routing Active Networks. Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Active Middleware Services(AMS’02) 謝志峰 2002/11/14. Outline. Introduction QoS Support in Active Networks AQR (Active QoS Routing) operation Simulation of AQR Conclusions.
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Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Active Middleware Services(AMS’02)
cyclic paths to the destination form the
link state routing table.
requirements, code for QoS calculation, the
sender and receiver’s addresses and a list of
visited nodes is sent to each first hop of these
QoS requirements reach the AQR receiver,
where a list of valid paths is generated. After
a predefined period, the best path is chosen
and communicated to the sender