1137316-A2 is referenced by 2 patents and cites 5 patents.

Generalized Processor Sharing (GPS) is a scheduling discipline which provides minimum service guarantees as well as fair resource sharing. The performance of GPS is governed by the scheduling weights associated with individual connections. The system discloses methods for GPS scheduling that handle an arbitrary number of connection classes and reservation-based weights and admission control techniques to achieve fairness among connection classes. The methods allow statistical multiplexing gains in the presence of multiple traffic and Quality of Service (QoS) classes of connections that share a common trunk. Also disclosed are several novel techniques to compute and adapt the weights.

Title
Methods and apparatus for managing communication networks supporting multiple quality of service classes utilizing generalized processor sharing
Application Number
EP20010302251 20010312
Publication Number
1137316 (A2)
Application Date
March 12, 2001
Publication Date
September 26, 2001
Inventor
Stanley Keith R
US
Mitra Debasis
US
Margrave Geoffrey Edmund
US
Kumaran Krishnan
US
Assignee
Lucent Technologies
US
IPC
H04L 12/56
H04Q 11/04
H04Q 11/04
H04L 12/56
H04Q 11/04
H04L 12/56
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