|Title||Real-Time Traffic over the Cognitive Packet Network|
|Publication Type||Conference Proceedings|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Authors||Wang L., Gelenbe E|
|Conference Name||23rd International Conference on Computer Networks (CN)|
|Conference Location||Brunów, Poland|
|Keywords||Cognitive Packet Network, Real-Time over CPN|
Real-Time services over IP (RTIP) have been increasingly significant due to the convergence of data networks worldwide around the IP standard, and the popularisation of the Internet. Real-Time applications have strict Quality of Service (QoS) constraint, which poses a major challenge to IP networks. The Cognitive Packet Network (CPN) has been designed as a QoS-driven protocol that addresses user-oriented QoS demands by adaptively routing packets based on online sensing and measurement, and in this paper we design and experimentally evaluate the“Real-Time (RT) over CPN” protocol which uses QoS goals that match the needs of real-time packet delivery in the presence of other background traffic under varied traffic conditions. The resulting design is evaluated via measurements of packet delay, delay variation (jitter) and packet loss ratio.