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[07-08, 2004] 

Journal of Electrical Engineering, Vol 55, 07-08 (2004) 221-224

QUALITY OF SERVICE PROVISION ASSESSMENT FOR CAMPUS NETWORK

Eduard Babulak

   This paper presents a methodology for assessing the quality of service (QoS) provision for campus network. The author utilizes the Staffordshire University's network communications infrastructure (SUNCI) as a testing platform and discusses a new approach and QoS provision, by adding a component of measurement to the existing model presented by Walker [1]. The QoS provision is assessed in light of users' perception compared with the network traffic measurements and online monitoring reports. The users' perception of telecommunications' network infrastructure QoS provision is critical to the successful business management operation of any organization. The computing environment in modern campus networks is complex employing multiple heterogeneous hardware and software technologies. In support of highly interactive user applications, QoS provision is essential to the users' ever increasing level of expectations. This paper offers a cost effective approach to assess the QoS provision within campus network.

Keywords: quality of service provision, campus network, user's perception, network communications infrastructures, the performance parameters and measurements, the survey questionnaire


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