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In this paper, we are introducing 3 new algorithms that take high-priority services into account for more delay-sensitive multimedia traffic, namely, CFS, DAP type 1 and DAP type 2 algorithms, an extension of Binary tree algorithm. The CFS algorithm can be derived from Binary tree algorithm by setting the access probability of the first slot for class 1 users equal to 1. DAP type 1 algorithm can be obtained from Binary tree algorithm by adjusting the access probability of the first slot for class 1 users to the desired value. DAP type 2 algorithm can be derived from either Binary tree and DAP type 1 algorithm by adjusting the access probability of the first slot for class 1 users and the access probability of the first slot for class 2 users to the desired values. The goal is to make each type of traffic compliant with QoS requirements. The simulation results show that DAP type 2 algorithm has more feasible QoS indexes than the CFS and DAP type 1 algorithms. So it is more efficient and flexible to adjust system parameters to meet QoS requirements than CFS and DAP type 1 algorithm. In addition, we can conclude that the access probability of the first slot for class 1 users and class 2 users are the important parameters that must be set properly. So that the system can control QoS and still maintain high delay performance.
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