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Telecommunications Quality of Service: The Business of Success (QoS 2004)

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  • Location: London, UK
  • Conference date: 2-3 March 2004
  • ISBN: 0 86341 393 5
  • Conference number: 2004/10492
  • The following topics are dealt with: telecommunications quality of service; economics and QoS; mobile communication networks; multiparty videoconferencing; satellite communication; multimedia services; service provider and user issues; IP/MPLS network performance; voice over IP.

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  • Setting the standard - QoS in ITU-T and ETSI
  • Speech intelligibility of VoIP to PSTN interworking - a key index for the QoS
  • A legacy of echo and silence
  • A MIP-SIP macro-mobility management scheme for VoIP across wired and wireless domains
  • The quality of service - from a philosophical perspective
  • Improving the quality of service in dead spots areas of UMTS networks
  • Towards scalable end-to-end QoS provision for VoIP applications
  • Traffic dimensioning for GSM-over-IP services
  • Quality of service in TCP/IP networks: a DiffServ testbed
  • Improvement of voice qualities and network coverage for GSM handsets
  • So you think you can measure IP QoS?
  • Integrated algorithm of HMIPv6 & MPLS for ns to support next generation wireless networks
  • Control theory approach for implementation of dynamic pricing in mobile cellular networks
  • Stochastic reward net end-to-end quality of service (QoS) simulation modeling across ATM network: using the goodput model
  • Quality differentiation and economic efficiency
  • Analysis of a quality of service algorithm for wide-area private mobile radio systems
  • Delivering satellite telecommunications to the Ministry of Defence, where quality of service can mean the difference between life and death
  • Driving up the quality of service online. Excellent customer experience - the key to making e-commerce pay
  • New QoS metrics and application layer proxy for GPRS/UMTS Internet access
  • The 4th generation conjointed network 'all-optical' path routed communication networks: foundation for a 4G broadband mobile network
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