In this paper, the performance of CADSP is compared with Backpressure scheme  and PDA-PMF scheme .
We compare against the three solutions by varying the average data arrival rate and plot the average throughput of service 1 in Figure 2, which shows that CADSP outperforms Backpressure and PDA-PMF.
The average end-to-end delay of CADSP is always below the maximum allowable end-to-end delay bound of service 1, since CADSP using delay weight coefficient can provide better delay guarantee.
The performances of the three solutions in terms of average throughput of service 2 are compared in Figure 4, which shows that CADSP outperforms Backpressure and PDA-PMF.
Since the priority of service 2 in CADSP is not as high as service 1, the average end-to-end delay performance deteriorates.
From the figure we can see that Backpressure with the same priority for each service outperforms CADSP and PDA-PMF.
Though CADSP performs worse than Backpressure in most conditions, its average end-to-end delay is maintained being lower than the maximum allowable end-to-end delay bound of service 3.
From the simulation results above, we can see that CADSP can support QoS requirements of all services.
We plot the throughput of the three solutions in Figure 8, which shows that Backpressure outperforms CADSP and PDA-PMF.
African Union (2004), Solemn Declaration on a Common African Defence and Security Policy (CADSP
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