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Dominating Set Theory based Semantic Overlay Networks for Efficient and Resilient Content Distribution

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Dominating Set Theory based Semantic Overlay Networks for Efficient and Resilient Content Distribution
Recently overlay networks have emerged as an efficient and flexible method for content distribution. An overlay network is a network running on top of another network, usually the Internet. This network is formed by a subset of underlying physical nodes. The connections between the overlay nodes are provided by overlay links, each of which is usually composed of one or more physical link. These networks are employed in many settings to provide logical communication infrastructure over an existing communication networks. The main objective of the overlay network is to reduce routing path lengths, stretched by the overlay routing process. In the existing solutions developed, a kind of fixed infrastructure in the form of excessive message exchange is necessary to guarantee good overlay properties. The scope of our effort is to construct an overlay network based on Dominating Set Theory to optimize the number of nodes for large data transfer. Fast Replica algorithm is applied to reduce the...
J. Amutharaj, S. Radhakrishnan
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where JNW
Authors J. Amutharaj, S. Radhakrishnan
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