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000000234 245__ $$aSRP: a scalable resource reservation protocol for the internet
000000234 260__ $$aBerlin$$bSpringer$$c1999
000000234 269__ $$a1999
000000234 336__ $$aBook Chapters
000000234 490__ $$aLecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences$$v249
000000234 520__ $$aThe Scalable Reservation Protocol (SRP) provides a light-weight reservation mechanism for adaptive multimedia applications. Our main focus is on good scalability to very large numbers of individual flows. End systems (i.e. senders and destinations) actively participate in maintaining reservations, but routers can still control their conformance. Routers aggregate flows and monitor the aggregate to estimate the local resources needed to support present and new reservations. There is neither explicit signaling of flow parameters, nor do routers maintain per-flow state.
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000000234 6531_ $$aReservation
000000234 6531_ $$aInternet
000000234 700__ $$aFerrari, Tiziana
000000234 700__ $$aAlmesberger, Werner
000000234 700__ $$0241098$$aLe Boudec, Jean-Yves$$g105633
000000234 720_1 $$aCooperman, G.$$eed.
000000234 720_1 $$aJessen, E.$$eed.
000000234 720_1 $$aMichler, G.$$eed.
000000234 773__ $$q21-35$$tWorkshop on Wide Area Networks and High Performance Computing
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