Achieving Service Differentiation and High Performance in IEEE 802.11
A Research and Development project funded by the General Secreteriat for Research and Technology (GSRT), Ministry of Development, running from June 2003 until November 2004.
The project's goal is to develop, implement, and evaluate procedures for supporting service differentiation and high performance in IEEE 802.11 Wireless LANs. Special attention is paid to the upcoming 802.11e standard.
- Vasilios Siris, ICS-FORTH
- Giorgos Stamatakis, FORTH-ICS
- Despoina Triantafyllidou, FORTH-ICS
- "A dynamic CBWFQ Scheme for Service Differentiation in WLANs". In Proc. of IEEE international Symbosium on Personal Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC'05), Berlin, Germany, September 2005.
- "Achieving Service Differentiation and High Utilization in IEEE 802.11". In Proc. of Personal Wireless Communications (PWC) 2003, Venice, Italy, September 2003.
- "Seamless Congestion Control over Wired and Wireless IEEE 802.11 Networks". In Proc. of IFIP TC6 Networking 2004, Athens, Greece, May 2004.
- "Achieving Service Differentiation and High Utilization in IEEE 802.11", Vasilios Siris
- "Provision of Differentiated Services and High Utilization in IEEE 802.11 Wireless LANs", Vasilios Siris
For more info: Vasilios Siris Tel: +30 2810 391726 Email: vsiris "at" ics "dot" forth "dot" gr