Performance Evaluation of Smoothing Algorithms Reflecting Network Traffic

네트워크 트래픽을 반영하는 스무딩 알고리즘의 성능평가

  • Published : 2009.09.30


In the adaptable bandwidth allocation technique, a transmission plan for variable rate video data is made by smoothing algorithms such as CBA algorithm and the data is sent by the transmission plan considering network traffic. But the CBA algorithm, the MCBA algorithm, MVBA algorithm and the other smoothing algorithms produce a transmission plan where the size of the increasing interval of transmission rate is generally larger than the size of the decreasing interval. And the transmission rate in CBA algorithm, the MCBA algorithm, the MVBA algorithm is changed in overflow curve during the increasing interval of transmission rate. This may cause many frames to be discarded when available transmission rate is larger than transmission rate by the transmission plan. In this paper, the smoothing algorithm, where transmission rate is changed in the middle of underflow curve and overflow curve to decrease the number of discarded frames, but the transmission rate increases at the minimum, and the CBA algorithm, the MCBA algorithm, the MVBA algorithm are applied to a transmission plan in the adaptable bandwidth allocation technique, and the minimum frame rates, the average frame rates, the variation of frame rates, and the numbers of discarded frames are compared in among algorithms.


Smoothing;Available Network Traffic


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