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Improving a Fault-Tolerant Routing Algorithm Using Detailed Traffic Analysis

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Improving a Fault-Tolerant Routing Algorithm Using Detailed Traffic Analysis
Currently, some coarse measures like global network latency are used to compare routing protocols. These measures do not provide enough insight of traffic distribution among network nodes in presence of different fault regions. This paper presents a detailed traffic analysis of f-cube routing algorithm achieved by a especially developed tool. Per-node traffic analysis illustrates the traffic hotspots caused by fault regions and provides a great assistance in developing fault tolerant routing algorithms. Based on such detailed information, a simple yet effective improvement of f-cube is suggested. Moreover, the effect of a traffic hotspot on the traffic of neighboring nodes and global performance degradation is investigated. To analyze the per-node traffic, some per-node traffic metrics are introduced and one of them is selected for the rest of work. In an effort to gain deep understanding of the issue of traffic analysis of faulty networks, this paper is the first attempt to investigat...
Abbas Nayebi, Arash Shamaei, Hamid Sarbazi-Azad
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where HPCC
Authors Abbas Nayebi, Arash Shamaei, Hamid Sarbazi-Azad
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