Publication detail

DiffServ and IntServ Mapping in IMS

MÁCHA, T. NOVOTNÝ, V. MARTINÁSEK, Z. NAGY, Ľ.

Original Title

DiffServ and IntServ Mapping in IMS

Czech Title

DiffServ and IntServ mapování v IMS

English Title

DiffServ and IntServ Mapping in IMS

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The end-to-end QoS concept is a complex of several technologies which depends on each element parameter of the entire network. The focus is on quality of real-time services ensuring users certain degree of satisfaction. Since the IMS enables the delivery of real-time multimedia services using IP related technologies, several challenges, which make the establishment of end-to-end QoS guarantees difficult, have to be discussed. This work introduces the IMS as a simulation-capable architecture which has to manage different constraints connected with heterogeneous networks. According to the experiences are proposed and performed related simulations. The possibility of employing DiffServ and IntServ mechanisms into the IMS environment in order to achieve full QoS support for real-time applications is the object of interest.

Czech abstract

End-to-end QoS koncept je komplex několika technologií, které závisí na každém parametru celé sítě. Důraz je kladen na kvalitu real-time služby zajišťující Uživatelům určitou míru spokojenosti. Vzhledem k tomu, že IMS umožňuje dodávat real-time multimediální služby prostřednictvím IP spojení, některé problémy, které zapřičiňují end-to-end QoS obtížné, je třeba prostudovat. Tato práce představuje IMS jako simulace schopnou architekturu. Podle získaných zkušeností jsou navrženy a provedeny simulace související s IMS. Možnost implementace DiffServ a IntServ mechanismů do prostředí IMS k dosažení plné QoS podpory pro real-time aplikace je předmětem zájmu.

English abstract

The end-to-end QoS concept is a complex of several technologies which depends on each element parameter of the entire network. The focus is on quality of real-time services ensuring users certain degree of satisfaction. Since the IMS enables the delivery of real-time multimedia services using IP related technologies, several challenges, which make the establishment of end-to-end QoS guarantees difficult, have to be discussed. This work introduces the IMS as a simulation-capable architecture which has to manage different constraints connected with heterogeneous networks. According to the experiences are proposed and performed related simulations. The possibility of employing DiffServ and IntServ mechanisms into the IMS environment in order to achieve full QoS support for real-time applications is the object of interest.

Keywords

IMS, QoS, DiffServ, IntServ

RIV year

2010

Released

17.08.2010

ISBN

978-963-88981-0-4

Book

33nd International Conference on Telecommunication and Signal Processing - TSP'2010

Pages from

325

Pages to

330

Pages count

6

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT35631,
  author="Tomáš {Mácha} and Vít {Novotný} and Zdeněk {Martinásek} and Ľuboš {Nagy}",
  title="DiffServ and IntServ Mapping in IMS",
  annote="The end-to-end QoS concept is a complex of several technologies
which depends on each element parameter of the entire
network. The focus is on quality of real-time services ensuring
users certain degree of satisfaction. Since the IMS enables the
delivery of real-time multimedia services using IP related
technologies, several challenges, which make the establishment of
end-to-end QoS guarantees difficult, have to be discussed. This
work introduces the IMS as a simulation-capable architecture
which has to manage different constraints connected with
heterogeneous networks. According to the experiences are
proposed and performed related simulations. The possibility of
employing DiffServ and IntServ mechanisms into the IMS environment in
order to achieve full QoS support for real-time applications is the
object of interest.",
  booktitle="33nd International Conference on Telecommunication and Signal Processing - TSP'2010",
  chapter="35631",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2010",
  month="august",
  pages="325--330",
  type="conference paper"
}