Weighted fair queueing (WFQ) is the data packet queuing algorithm used by network schedulers. This strategy consists of implementations of generalized processor sharing policy (GPS), and a natural generalization of fair queuing (FQ). WFQ lets each flow have a certain ration of link capacity, which...
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