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|Title: ||Generalized weighted fairness criterion : formulation and application on prioritized ABR service|
|Authors: ||Lee, Clarence Soul Chun|
Cheung, K. F.
Tsang, Danny H. K.
|Keywords: ||Generalized weighted fairness criterion (GWFC)|
|Issue Date: ||Jul-1997 |
|Citation: ||Proceedings Second IEEE Symposium on Computer and Communications, Alexandria, Egypt, 1-3 July 1997, pp 512-16|
|Abstract: ||In this paper, a generalized fairness criterion referred to as the Generalized Weighted Fairness Criterion (GWFC) for flow control on ABR service is presented. Within the GWFC framework, a weight is assigned to each ABR connection and bandwidth is allocated to it in proportion to the corresponding weight. The GWFC can generalize fairness sub-criteria for prioritized services, and in particular, subsume the Max-Min criterion as a uni-weight fairness criterion. Two weighted fairness sub-criteria are introduced and their performance on bandwidth allocation will be presented and compared with that of the Max-Min criterion.|
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