QoS Routing

Project Description

The migration to integrated backbone networks for voice, data, and multimedia applications introduces new challenges in supporting predictable communication performance for a large variety of applications. Quality-of-service routing can greatly improve network utilization and application performance by finding paths likely to satisfy application requirements and directing traffic at the flow or connection level.

 

People

Faculty

  • Kang G. Shin

Student

  • Anees Shaikh

 

Publications

  • Seok-Kyu Kweon and Kang G. Shin, “Distributed QoS Routing Using Bounded Flooding,” University of Michigan CSE technical report, CSE-TR-388-99, 1999. [gzip ps]
  • A. Shaikh, J. Rexford, and K. Shin, “Load-Sensitive Routing of Long-Lived IP Flows,” in Proc. ACM SIGCOMM Conference, 1999. [pdf] Extended version published as Technical Report CSE-TR-392-99. [pdf]
  • A. Shaikh, J. Rexford, and K. Shin, “Evaluating the Overheads of Source-Directed Quality-of-Service Routing,” Proc. IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols (ICNP ’98), October, 1998, Austin, TX, pp. 42-51. [pdf]
  • A. Shaikh, J. Rexford, and K. Shin, “Efficient Precomputation of Quality-of-Service Routes,” Proc. Workshop on Network and Operating Systems Support for Digital Audio and Video (NOSSDAV ’98), July 1998, Cambridge, England, pp. 15-27. [pdf]
  • A. Shaikh, J. Rexford, and K. Shin, “Dynamics of Quality-of-Service Routing with Inaccurate Link-State Information,” Technical Report CSE-TR-350-97, Computer Science and Engineering Division, Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Michigan, November 1997. [pdf]
  • J. Rexford and A. Shaikh, “Performance Evaluation of Quality-of-Service Routing with Inaccurate Link-State Information,” Proc. OPENSIG Fall ’97 Workshop, October 6-7 1997, Columbia University. [Abstract] [Workshop slides]