Integration of Multimedia Traffic Into Computer Network
Keywords: multimedia traffic, communication networks, TCPIIP protocol, TCP transmission algorithms, data flows
AbstractIn the recent several years there has come to a rapid increasein the multimedia traffic in computer communicationnetworks. New applications of communication networks haveset new, high requirements on the networks, due to the need toprovide the users with high-quality service of multimedia datatransmission. In response to such requirements, numerousmechanisms have been developed and they insure the service ofprioritizing traffic in the communication networks which resultsin the possibility of determining the quality of service necessaryfor individual network applications.
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Macura A, Kovačević D, Franolić I. Integration of Multimedia Traffic Into Computer Network. Promet [Internet]. 1 [cited 2023Jun.7];17(3):169-75. Available from: https://traffic.fpz.hr/index.php/PROMTT/article/view/632
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