studies a general network with multiple multihop connections sharing the nodes in the network, and focuses on obtaining end-to-end delay bounds, as well as understanding issues related to stability.
What does EED stand for?
EED stands for End-to-End Delay (computing)
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The topics include a predictable cache-aware memory allocator, interference-aware real-time flow scheduling for wireless sensor networks, minimizing end-to-end delay in thermally constrained distributed systems, partitioned real-time scheduling on heterogeneous shared-memory multiprocessors, the tractability of digraph-based task models, meeting deadlines cheaply, the optimal selection of pre-emption points to minimize pre-emption overhead, and resource-sharing protocols for real-time task graph systems.
In this paper, we propose an efficient AODV based QoS routing protocol for providing end-to-end delay guarantee in mobile Ad Hoc networks with IEEE 802.
Speed vs End-to-End Delay The performance of the routing protocols in terms of End-to-End Delay is examined with respect to mobility of the nodes.
It is recognized that the end-to-end delay has a great impact on the perceived quality of interactive communications, with a threshold effect around 150ms.