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ThinkMind // CTRQ 2014, The Seventh International Conference on Communication Theory, Reliability, and Quality of Service // View article ctrq_2014_1_30_70022


Resource Allocation Method Based on QoE for Multiple User Types

Authors:
Tatsuya Yamazaki
Takumi Miyoshi

Keywords: Quality of Experience, Quality of Service, utility function, resource allocation, user type

Abstract:
Both of Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE) are defined to specify the degree of service quality. In some sense, QoE includes subjective evaluation from the users as an extension of QoS. Therefore, feedback from QoE to QoS control might realize user-oriented resource allocation in network services. Utility functions are sometimes used to assign a bridging role between QoS and QoE. Although the user characteristic has variety, a single utility function was used in previous studies in most cases. Moreover, the QoS control, i.e., the resource allocation, by making use of the utility functions are hardly studied yet. In this paper, multiple user types which have respective utility functions are considered. Respective utility functions are acquired from real experiments. Then a resource allocation method is proposed to reflect each user type satisfaction based on the utility functions. The simple case is studied and the resource allocation method is derived analytically.

Pages: 13 to 18

Copyright: Copyright (c) IARIA, 2014

Publication date: February 23, 2014

Published in: conference

ISSN: 2308-4022

ISBN: 978-1-61208-322-3

Location: Nice, France

Dates: from February 23, 2014 to February 27, 2014

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