25 October 2016 A novel communication mechanism based on node potential multi-path routing
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Proceedings Volume 10158, Optical Communication, Optical Fiber Sensors, and Optical Memories for Big Data Storage; 101581G (2016) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2247401
Event: International Symposium on Optoelectronic Technology and Application 2016, 2016, Beijing, China
Abstract
With the network scales rapidly and new network applications emerge frequently, bandwidth supply for today’s Internet could not catch up with the rapid increasing requirements. Unfortunately, irrational using of network sources makes things worse. Actual network deploys single-next-hop optimization paths for data transmission, but such “best effort” model leads to the imbalance use of network resources and usually leads to local congestion. On the other hand Multi-path routing can use the aggregation bandwidth of multi paths efficiently and improve the robustness of network, security, load balancing and quality of service. As a result, multi-path has attracted much attention in the routing and switching research fields and many important ideas and solutions have been proposed. This paper focuses on implementing the parallel transmission of multi next-hop data, balancing the network traffic and reducing the congestion. It aimed at exploring the key technologies of the multi-path communication network, which could provide a feasible academic support for subsequent applications of multi-path communication networking. It proposed a novel multi-path algorithm based on node potential in the network. And the algorithm can fully use of the network link resource and effectively balance network link resource utilization.
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Youjun Bu, Youjun Bu, Chuanhao Zhang, Chuanhao Zhang, YiMing Jiang, YiMing Jiang, Zhen Zhang, Zhen Zhang, } "A novel communication mechanism based on node potential multi-path routing", Proc. SPIE 10158, Optical Communication, Optical Fiber Sensors, and Optical Memories for Big Data Storage, 101581G (25 October 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2247401; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2247401
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