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- An advanced QoS index framework for a next eneration internet application
- Mahadevan, Venkatesh; Braun, Robin; Chaczko, Zenon
- Telecollaboration (TC), a next generation Internet application would demand particular Quality of Service (QoS) requirements in order to function properly for which besteffort (BE) delivery becomes inadequate. This paper proposes a solution for this in terms of redefining the wealth of new business trends (business system perspective), user needs (participant perspective), technological issues (network infrastructure perspective) and pedagogical approaches (participant's collaborative outcomes perspective) when evaluating the performance of this new mode of collaboration. However the impact of technology plays a major role in this context. This paper introduces a new framework for QoS index over the better than best effort Internet Protocol (IP) network that focuses on importance of use of mathematical modelling for the investigation of QoS aware IP traffic issues. This could be done by measuring and mapping the performance indicators of network traffic into varying nature of application along with user behaviours. This work concludes with the possibility of opening new avenues for the examination of operational and research perspectives of new theories of current Internet QoS complexity on its most attractive and unique features with the potential explanation in genuine networking terms.
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- Conference paper
- Proceedings of the 8th World Multi Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (SCI 2004), Orlando, Florida, United States, 18-21 July 2004, Vol. 3
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- Effectiveness; Quality of business; Quality of collaboration; Quality of efficiency; Quality of service; Quality of telecollaboration; Satisfaction
- International Institute of Informatics and Systemics
- 9789806560130, 9806560132
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- Copyright © 2004.
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