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A Unified Approach to Optimizing Performance in Networks Serving Heterogeneous Flows

A Unified Approach to Optimizing Performance in Networks Serving Heterogeneous Flows

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A Unified Approach to Optimizing Performance in Networks Serving Heterogeneous Flows

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A Unified Approach to Optimizing Performance in Networks Serving Heterogeneous Flows

2011 IEEE projects, 2011 IEEE java projects, 2011 IEEE Dotnet projects, 2011 IEEE .net projects,IEEE Projects, IEEE Projects 2011,IEEE Academic Projects, IEEE 2011 Projects, IEEE, IEEE Projects Pondicherry,IEEE Software Projects, Latest IEEE Projects,IEEE Student Projects, IEEE Final year Student Projects,Final Year Projects, final year IEEE 2011 projects, final year 2011 projects,ENGINEERING PROJECTS, MCA projects, BE projects, Embedded Projects, JAVA projects, J2EE projects, .NET projects, Students projects,BE projects, B.Tech. projects, ME projects, M.Tech. projects, M.Phil Projects,jp infotech

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A Unified Approach to Optimizing Performancein Networks Serving Heterogeneous Flows
ABSTRACT:
We study the optimal control of communication networks in the presence of heterogeneous traffic requirements. Specifically, we distinguish the flows into two crucialclasses:
inelastic
for modeling high-priority, delay-sensitive, and fixed-throughputapplications; and
elastic
for modeling low-priority, delay-tolerant, and throughput-greedyapplications. We note that the coexistence of such diverse flows creates complexinteractions at multiple levels (e.g., flow and packet levels), which prevent the use of earlier design approaches that dominantly assume homogeneous traffic. In this work, wedevelop the mathematical framework and novel design methodologies needed to supportsuch heterogeneous requirements and propose provably optimal network algorithms thataccount for the multilevel interactions between the flows. To that end, we first formulatea network optimization problem that incorporates the above throughput and service prioritization requirements of the two traffic types. We, then develop a distributed jointload-balancing and congestion control algorithm that achieves the dual goal of maximizing the aggregate utility gained by the elastic flows while satisfying the fixedthroughput and prioritization requirements of the inelastic flows. Next, we extend our  joint algorithm in two ways to further improve its performance: in delay through a virtualqueue implementation with minimal throughput degradation and in utilization byallowing for dynamic multi-path routing for elastic flows. A unique characteristic of our 
 
 proposed dynamic routing solution is the novel two-stage queueing architecture itintroduces to satisfy the service prioritization requirement.
EXISTING SYSTEM:
o
Existing System diverse flows creates complex interactions at multiple levels(e.g., flow and packet levels), which prevent the use of earlier design approachesthat dominantly assume homogeneous traffic.
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The central design goal is very complex.
o
Problems occur when receive all data packets from transmissions andretransmissions.
PROPOSED SYSTEM:
For Serving Heterogeneous Flows, Realistic Broadcast Protocol Handler (RBPH)has been proposed here for having a Unified Approach to OptimizingPerformance in Networks.
Realistic Broadcast Protocol Handler (RBPH) is a reliable multicast transport protocol mainly aimed for applications that require ordered, duplicate-free,multicast data delivery from multiple sources to multiple receivers.
 
The advantage of RBPH over traditional multicast protocols is that it guaranteesthat a receiver in the group either receives all data packets from transmissions andretransmissions, or is able to detect unrecoverable data packet loss.
RBPH is specifically intended as a workable solution for multicast applicationswith basic reliability requirements. Its central design goal is simplicity of operation with due regard for scalability and network efficiency.
Hardware Requirements:
System: Pentium IV 2.4 GHz.Hard Disk: 40 GB.
Floppy Drive: 1.44 Mb.Monitor: 15 VGA Colour.
Mouse: Logitech.Ram: 256 Mb.
Software Requirements:
Operating system : - Windows XP Professional.Coding Language: - Java.Tool Used: - Eclipse.

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