Unlike deterministic real-time communication which can require excessive resources, statistical real-time communication seeks to provide probabilistic performance guarantees along with efficient resource sharing. This work has considered statistical guarantees in the context of VBR transport in ATM and a video-on-demand service in integrated services packet networks.
- Kang G. Shin
- Seok-Kyu Kweon
- Seok-Kyu Kweon and Kang G. Shin, “Real-time transport of MPEG video with a statistically-guaranteed loss ratio in ATM networks,” IEEE Trans. on Parallel and Distributed Systems, vol. 12, no. 4, pp. 387-403, April 2001. [pdf].
- Seok-Kyu Kweon, Kang G. Shin and Gary Workman, “Achieving Real-Time Communication over Ethernet with Adaptive Traffic Smoothing,” in Proc. IEEE Real-Time Technology and Applications Symposium, pp. 90-100, June 2000. [gzip ps].
- Seok-Kyu Kweon, Kang G. Shin and Gary Workman, “Ethernet-based Real-time Control Networks for Manufacturing Automation Systems,” to appear in WAC 2000/Seventh International Symposium on Manufacturing with Applications. [gzip ps].
- Seok-Kyu Kweon, Kang G. Shin and Qin Zheng, “Statistical Real-Time Communication over Ethernet for Manufacturing Automation Systems,” in Proceedings of IEEE Real-Time Technology and Applications Symposium, pp. 192-202, 1999. [gzip ps].
- Seok-Kyu Kweon and Kang G. Shin, “Transport of Real-time Video with Statistical Loss/Delay Guarantee in ATM Networks Based on Histogram-Based Source Model,” in Proc. of IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium, pp. 179-189, Dec. 1999. [gzip ps].