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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||xxi, 286 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Ch. 1. Introduction --
pt. 1. The Status Quo --
Ch. 2. What Is QoS? --
Ch. 3. Historic Evolution of QoS Solutions --
Ch. 4. Contemporary QoS Wisdom --
Ch. 5. QoS Reality --
pt. 2. The Challenges --
Ch. 6. Commercial Challenges --
Ch. 7. Regulatory Challenges --
Ch. 8. Technical Challenges --
Ch. 9. The Lessons --
pt. 3. The Next Step --
Ch. 10. The New Business Model --
Ch. 11. The New Technical Approach --
Ch. 12. Case Studies --
Ch. 13. QoS in Wireless Networks --
Ch. 14. Conclusion --
App. A. List of Acronyms --
App. B. Sample Peering Contract --
App. C.U.S. Senate Bill S215, Internet Freedom Preservation Act.
|Series Title:||Morgan Kaufmann series in networking.|
"I like the author's table of contents a lot. It flows very well. The way the author presents (what we have today, what is the problem. and what is the solution) gives a comprehensive treatment of
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"The topic of QoS is all too often treated as a purely technical issue. In this refreshingly novel and comprehensive book, Xipeng Xiao draws on his own first-hand experience and that of other experts to put the technical issues in their correct commercial and regulatory context. This book...
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