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An Assembly and Offset Assignment Scheme for Self-similar Traffic in Optical Burst Switched Networks

K. Benon Muwonge, H. Anthony Chan
2007 MILCOM 2007 - IEEE Military Communications Conference  
Burst assembly and offset assignment schemes are implemented in a complementary manner to improve QoS of an OBS network.  ...  Our results show that combining the proposed FEC-Based assembly scheme and the Pareto-offset assignment scheme gives better network performance in terms of burst drop, resource contention, and delay.  ...  The effect of traditional exponential traffic on an OBS network compared to self-similar traffic 2.  ... 
doi:10.1109/milcom.2007.4454798 fatcat:3din6iesprev3gd7s6hyr6haau

A Novel Packet Marking Function for Real-Time Interactive MPEG-4 Video Applications in a Differentiated Services Network [chapter]

Shane O'Neill, Alan Marshall, Roger Woods
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The results of network simulations are presented and it is shown that when the proposed mechanism is employed the requested delay bound is met with a 20% reduction in resource reservation and no packet  ...  This paper introduces a novel packet marking scheme that controls the end-to-end delay of an individual flow as it traverses a network enabled to supply aggregate-granularity Quality of Service (QoS).  ...  The authors would like to thank Gordon Brebner and Phil Roxby for their guidance and Wilson Chung for his assistance with the technical details of using MPEG-4 for compressed video in interactive applications  ... 
doi:10.1007/11422778_83 fatcat:pfrwms5tafadfm4e2kw7bqk2vy

A Data Burst Assembly Algorithm in Optical Burst Switching Networks

Se-yoon Oh Oh, Hyun Ha Hong Hong, Minho Kang Kang
2002 ETRI Journal  
Simulation with Poisson and self-similar traffic models shows that this algorithm adaptively changes the data burst size according to the offered load and offers high average data burst utilization with  ...  It also reduces the possibility of a continuous blocking problem in the bandwidth reservation request, limits the maximum queueing delay, and minimizes the required burst size by lifting up data burst  ...  A value of H=0.5 indicates a lack of self-similarity, whereas a large value for H (close to 1.0) indicates a large degree of self-similarity in the process.  ... 
doi:10.4218/etrij.02.0102.0406 fatcat:jiwgrss4xneezpwlibcp6fs5tq

Lagrangian-Relaxation-Based Self-Repairing Mechanism for Wi-Fi Networks

Ming-Chi Tsai, Frank Yeong-Sung Lin, Yean-Fu Wen
2019 IEEE Access  
A self-repairing heuristic multiple-level load-balancing traffic adjustment was proposed to manage the problems pertaining to the AP failure.  ...  The delay difference metric, which is defined as the difference between tolerable delay and transmission delay, was used to evaluate the difference between the upper bound and lower bound of the delay.  ...  A short tolerable delay indicates that data must be transmitted in short waiting and transmission time.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2893271 fatcat:ltmynsyxkjgkxdf7tgoc3slcae

Calculation of routing value in MPLS network according to traffic fractal properties [article]

Tamara Radivilova and Lyudmyla Kirichenko and Oleksandra Yeremenko
2019 arXiv   pre-print
The method uses values of the Hurst parameter and value of normalized spread of traffic values, which makes it possible to apply it to self-similar and multifractal data streams.  ...  Method for calculating routing cost of MPLS network is presented in the work.  ...  In work [5] , the effect of self-similar traffic and dynamic routing on the QoS of a multiservice network was analyzed. As input data an on-off model of self-similar traffic was used.  ... 
arXiv:1904.05303v1 fatcat:weihjkuqyzgxfgs42cywfdfyme

End-to-End Performance of Web Services [chapter]

Paolo Cremonesi, Giuseppe Serazzi
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we present a study of the performance of web services. The first part of the paper is devoted to the analysis of the origins of the fluctuations in web data traffic.  ...  The presence of self-similarity characteristics in the traffic measurements is shown. This work has been supported by MIUR project COFIN 2001: High quality Web systems.  ...  This, in turns, induces a self-similarity behavior of the link traffic negatively affecting network performance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45798-4_8 fatcat:itmfsqik6zgfzovwmupqb2akju

Self-Similarity and Internet Performance

Devarajan Gopal, Taye Abdulkadir
2006 Journal of research and practice in information technology  
The inherent self-similar nature of the internet made the possibility of carrying voice traffic accompanied by voice quality degradation.  ...  Delay and delay variation (jitter) behave erratically due to the self-similar nature of the packet arrival and delays.  ...  Once the existence of self-similarity is asserted in both the packet traffic and delay processes, we focus on the influence of LRD in traffic and delay processes on the performance of Networking, which  ... 
dblp:journals/acj/GopalA06 fatcat:zpmhxivvt5d6begizsvfane5ee

Performance Analysis of MANET Routing Protocols in the Presence of Self-Similar Traffic

Ahmed Al-Maashri, Mohamed Ould-Khaoua
2006 Local Computer Networks (LCN), Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on  
On the other hand, OLSR performed poorly in the presence of self-similar traffic at high mobility especially in terms of data packet delivery ratio, routing overhead and delay.  ...  A number of measurement studies have convincingly demonstrated that network traffic can exhibit a noticeable self-similar nature, which has a considerable impact on queuing performance.  ...  Ruiz for their help and support in the implementation of OLSR routing protocol for the NS-2 environment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/lcn.2006.322040 dblp:conf/lcn/Al-MaashriO06 fatcat:qsmdjyuzgfccbacpzejfk4hrqy

A Self-Similar Traffic Model for Network-on-Chip Performance Analysis Using Network Calculus [chapter]

Yue Qian
2012 Advanced Topics in Multimedia Research  
In this chapter, we have presented a traffic arrival model for self-similar traffic, which is a very influential category of traffic observed in various networks.  ...  A Self-Similar Traffic Model for Network-on-Chip Performance Analysis Using Network Calculus 3 In (Norros, 1995) , Norros introduced the FBM model to capture the long-range dependence within the self-similar  ...  Advanced Topics in Multimedia Research Edited by Dr. Sagarmay Deb ISBN 978-953-51-0078-2 Hard cover, 104 pages  ... 
doi:10.5772/36138 fatcat:iii4lxbs5rgcplsa3rlnp5jngq

Modelling the guaranteed QoS for wireless sensor networks: a network calculus approach

Lianming Zhang, Jianping Yu, Xiaoheng Deng
2011 EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking  
Numerical results show the system skeleton and the guaranteed QoS model are scalable for different types of flows, including the self-similar traffic flows, and the parameters of flow regulators and service  ...  Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) became one of the high technology domains during the last ten years.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was supported in part by the grant from the National Natural  ... 
doi:10.1186/1687-1499-2011-82 fatcat:dfzfi4gisvdkbffgqfd2zcwdce

Mercado

Xu (Simon) Chen, Jeffrey Erman, Seungjoon Lee, Jacobus Van der Merwe
2012 Proceedings of the 2012 ACM workshop on Capacity sharing - CSWS '12  
In this paper we propose the Mercado architecture as a vehicle to use economic incentives and the sophisticated capabilities of modern mobile networks and devices to change the mobile networking service  ...  it were to delay using the network.  ...  The work presented in [5] , uses a similar awareness of the low level network mechanisms to expose an operating system API to enable delay-tolerant applications to opportunistically transmit traffic using  ... 
doi:10.1145/2413219.2413223 fatcat:m4nwe3dlbjapxa22ofo7m7hza4

Fault tolerant BeeHive routing in mobile ad-hoc multi-radio network

K. Kiran, P Deepa Shenoy, K R Venugopal, Lalit M Patnaik
2014 2014 IEEE REGION 10 SYMPOSIUM  
The paper discusses fault tolerance as applied to multi radio nodes that use traffic splitting in the transmission of data.  ...  In this paper, fault tolerance in a multi-radio network is discussed. Fault tolerance is achieved using the BeeHive routing algorithm.  ...  As a future work we intend to work on self organizing networks that deal with automatic assignment of split coefficients for splitting data traffic.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tenconspring.2014.6863008 fatcat:7rul5sbxubc5jitzajmvbqlyra

Network Modeling and Performance Analysis under Time-Varying Channel and General Arrival of M2M Services

Fu Li, Xue Fen Chi, Jia Sheng Zhang, Xu Dong Li
2013 Advanced Materials Research  
The results indicate that (1) Hurst parameter of M2M aggregate traffic is approximately estimated as 0.7, (2) M2M small data service has the characteristics of delay-tolerance, as a result, system blocking  ...  By simulating service logic and designing traffic generation function of typical M2M small data service on network simulation platform (OPNET), we modeled packet inter-arrival time of M2M aggregate traffic  ...  However, the self-similarity of aggregated traffic is strong. B.  ... 
doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/amr.756-759.2687 fatcat:gdwfsk33sjasvm7qhcxfxcphjy

SMART: Statistically Multiplexed Adaptive Routing Technique for Ad Hoc Networks

Sarvesh S. Kulkarni, G.R. Dattatreya
2004 Wireless networks  
We study this approach and conduct extensive experiments over a network with two extreme cases of simulated traffic patterns, the Poisson, and the self-similar types.  ...  We also present simulation experiments and results to demonstrate the effectiveness of our algorithm in the presence of mobility, using self-similar traffic.  ...  Figure 10 . 10 CDF of data packet delay, poisson traffic. Figure 11 . 11 CDF of data packet delay, self-similar traffic.  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:wine.0000013075.54754.1e fatcat:yk5eacofsbdxrk5tzs6f2jhfq4

A Hybrid Software Defined Networking Architecture for Next-Generation IoTs

2018 KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems  
It combines a software-defined networking infrastructure and a real-time distributed network framework with an advanced optimization to enable self-configuration, self-management, and self-adaption for  ...  The future of interactive smart environments such as smart cities, smart industries, or smart farms demand high network bandwidth, high network flexibility, and self-organization systems without costly  ...  self-configuration, self-management and self-adaption for efficiently managing a vast number of IoT heterogeneous devices.  ... 
doi:10.3837/tiis.2018.02.024 fatcat:phq75y7vn5eh3e6a4ustapnmoa
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