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Analysis of Influence of Network Architecture Nonuniformity and Traffic Self-similarity Properties to Load Balancing and Average End-to-End Delay

  • Oleksandr LemeshkoEmail author
  • Amal Mersni
  • Olena Nevzorova
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Part of the Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communications Technologies book series (LNDECT, volume 48)

Abstract

The analysis of influence of network architecture nonuniformity and traffic self-similarity properties to load balancing and average end-to-end delay is presented. Therefore, by non-uniformity of network architecture was implied that its structure could be represented by a separable graph or the one close to it. This means that the telecommunication network contained routers and links, which were simulated by articulation points and bridges, respectively. And, by non-uniformity may be implied the fact that the network could have a minimum cut, the rate of which was much less than the bandwidth of other cuts of the network. And for the analysis of influence of network architecture nonuniformity and traffic self-similarity properties to load balancing and average end-to-end delay the mathematical model of load balancing in the telecommunication network was used, within which not only the upper threshold of traffic load of the network links in general, but also certain coefficients of link utilization are minimized for maximally satisfaction of the requirements of the concept of Traffic Engineering. This made it possible to organize the load balancing process in the network more effectively and provide the best value of such an important quality of service indicator as the average end-to-end packet delay in the network.

Keywords

Network Traffic Self-similar Nonuniformity Load balancing 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kharkiv National University of Radio ElectronicsKharkivUkraine

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