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In a tactical environment, network resources are often insufficient and cannot meet demand. This poster describes research that explores how this problem can be addressed through Adaptive Quality of Service.
Publisher: Software Engineering Institute
In a tactical environment, bandwidth allocation to support diverse missions is an important and ongoing problem. Wireless networks such as mesh networks or MANETs are particularly challenging because the available bandwidth can vary widely and unpredictably. Adaptive Quality of Service (AQoS) provides a potential solution to such issues, as this poster illustrates.