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  • Authors: Mellouk, Abdelhamid; Hoceïni, Saïd; Ziane, Saida; Bourennane, Malika (2008)

  • In the context of modern high-speed communication networks, decision reactivity is often complicated by the notion of guaranteed Quality of Service (QoS), which can either be related to time, packet loss or bandwidth requirements: constraints related to various types of QoS make some algorithms not acceptable. Due to emerging real-time and multimedia applications, efficient routing of information packets in dynamically changing communication network requires that as the load levels, traffic patterns and topology of the network change, the decision policy also adapts. We focused in this paper on QoS based mechanisms by developing a neuro-dynamic programming to construct dynamic state...

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  • Authors: Mellouk, Abdelhamid; Hoceïni, Saïd; Ziane, Saida; Bourennane, Malika (2008)

  • In the context of modern high-speed communication networks, decision reactivity is often complicated by the notion of guaranteed Quality of Service (QoS), which can either be related to time, packet loss or bandwidth requirements: constraints related to various types of QoS make some algorithms not acceptable. Due to emerging real-time and multimedia applications, efficient routing of information packets in dynamically changing communication network requires that as the load levels, traffic patterns and topology of the network change, the decision policy also adapts. We focused in this paper on QoS based mechanisms by developing a neuro-dynamic programming to construct dynamic state...