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Name Mudassir Tufail
Former position at RUN Post-Doc Researcher
Current affiliation AT&T (NJ, USA)
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Biographical Notes
Mudassir Tufail joined RUN in November 1998 and left in October 1999.
Current diploma(s) : Ir. 1991 NED U. Karachi (Pakistan), Master 1995 INSA Toulouse (France), Dr. 1998 U. Rennes (France)
Publications at RUN
* A Scheduler for Relative Delay Service Differentiation
G. Jennes, G. Leduc and M. Tufail
Keywords : differentiated services, DiffServ, proportional service quality, QoS, queuing delay, scheduling
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Annals of Telecommunications, vol. 57, nbs. 1-2, Jan.-Feb. 2002, pp. 83-104
(ISI IF 2002 = 0.127)
* Un ordonnanceur assurant des services différenciés relatifs basés sur le délai
G. Jennes, G. Leduc and M. Tufail
Keywords : assured forwarding, differentiated services, DiffServ, performance, relative delays, relatively quantified services, scheduling, simulation
Mots-clés : délais relatifs, ordonnanceur de réseau, performance, services différenciés, services relativement quantifiés, simulation
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Actes de Colloque Francophone sur l'Ingénierie des Protocoles (CFIP'2000), 17-20 Oct. 2000, Toulouse, France, J.-P. Courtiat, M. Diaz, P. Sénac (eds.), Qualité de Service, multimédia et mobilité, pp. 97-112, Hermès
Student paper award
* A scheduler for delay-based service differentiation among AF classes
M. Tufail, G. Jennes and G. Leduc
Keywords : adaptable scheduling, application level QoS, assured forwarding, delay-based DiffServ, differentiated services (DiffServ), relative quantification service
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Proc. of IFIP TC6 Fifth International Conference on Broadband Communications'99, Nov. 1999, Hong Kong, D. Tsang, P. Kühn (eds.), Broadband Communications - Convergence of Network Technologies, pp. 93-102, Kluwer Academic Press
* Attaining per flow QoS with Class-based Differentiated Services
M. Tufail, G. Jennes and G. Leduc
Keywords : adaptable scheduling, application level QoS, assured forwarding, delay based DiffServ, differentiated services (DiffServ)
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Proc. of SPIE'99 conference, Sep. 1999, Boston, Massachussetts, R. Onvural, S. Civanlar, J. Luciani (eds.), Internet II: Quality of Service and Future Directions, SPIE, 3842, pp. 101-112, International Society for Optical Engineering

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