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QoS-LI: QoS Loss Inference in Disadvantaged Networks - Part 2
AIR FORCE RESEARCH LAB ROME NY INFORMATION DIRECTORATE
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The Quality-of-Service QoS in disadvantaged networks is a function of many parameters, including the nature of the physical link over which the disadvantaged network operates. While there exist mechanisms like specialized versions of TCP to account for their nature and operate optimally over disadvantaged networks, their operation under adversarial conditions have not been investigated. In the authors prior work, they presented a game theoretic framework to infer the nature of a QoS loss in disadvantaged networks. In this work, they present the translation of the theoretical framework to a satellite based disadvantaged network. This paper shows the feasibility of the game theoretic formulations in satellite networks through simulations in Opnet.
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