Data Scheduling and Transmission Strategies in Asymmetric Telecommunication Environments

Data Scheduling and Transmission Strategies in Asymmetric Telecommunication Environments

By: Navrati Saxena (author), Abhishek Roy (author)Hardback

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Recent advancement and increased growth in Web technologies have resulted in an even greater need for more efficient scheduling and data transmission strategies. An increased reliance on wireless communications devices, with their constraint issues, has further complicated the problem. While both push and pull strategies provide certain solutions, each has limitations that compromise performance. What is becoming clear is that any optimal solutions will require novel push-pull hybrid approaches. Data Scheduling and Transmission Strategies in Asymmetric Telecommunications Environments helps systems architects and engineers take on this challenge by providing a thorough discussion of major data and scheduling and transmission strategies. Written by two highly respected pioneering researchers, this work takes a comparative and practical approach that incorporates much of the authors' original research. They discuss basic push and pull strategies and examine the challenges posed by customer requests and behavior, before defining ideal hybrid strategies. Exceptionally thorough in this practical approach, they demonstrate the value of separating clients by class and introduce the concept of an importance factor to properly prioritize a system. They also look at a new on-line hybrid solutions for multichannel broadcast problems and go on to address future problems that are likely to remain open. For those seeking to extract the best performance out of data transmission schemes in asymmetric environments, this invaluable resource is unparalleled in its depth of coverage and innovation.

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Contents

Introduction Asymmetric Communication Environments Unicast Versus Broadcast Push Scheduling Systems Pull Scheduling Systems Disadvantages: Push and Pull Systems Hybrid Scheduling Systems Client's Impatience Service Classification and Differentiated QoS Multichannel Scheduling Contribution and Scope of the Work Organization of the Book Related Work in Push-Pull Scheduling Push-based Systems Broadcast Disks for Asymmetric Communication Paging in Broadcast Disks Polynomial Approximation Scheme for Data Broadcast Packet Fair Scheduling Broadcasting Multiple Data Items Broadcasting Data Items with Dependencies Broadcast Schedule with Polynomial Cost Functions Jitter Approximation Strategies in Periodic Scheduling Dynamic Levelling for Adaptive Data Broadcasting Pull-based Systems On-Demand Data Dissemination RxW Scheduling Data Staging for On-Demand Broadcast Pull Scheduling with Timing Constraints Scheduling with Largest Delay Cost First Both Push and Pull Lazy Data Request for On-Demand Broadcasting Hybrid Scheduling Balancing Push and Pull On-Demand Broadcast for Efficient Data Dissemination Channel Allocation for Data Dissemination Wireless Hierarchical Data Dissemination System Adaptive Hybrid Data Delivery Adaptive Realtime Bandwidth Allocation Adaptive Dissemination in Time-Critical Environments Adaptive Scheduling with Loan-Based Feedback Control Framework for Scalable Dissemination-Based Systems Guaranteed Consistency and Currency in Read-Only Data Broadcast in Wireless Networks With User Retrials Hybrid Push-Pull Scheduling Hybrid Scheduling for Unit-length Items Assumptions and Motivations The Basic Hybrid Push-Pull Algorithm Simulation Experiments Dynamic Hybrid Scheduling with Heterogeneous Items Heterogeneous Hybrid Scheduling Algorithm Modeling the System Experimental Results Adaptive Push-Pull Algorithm with Performance Guarantee Adaptive Dynamic Hybrid Scheduling Algorithm Analytical Underpinnings Simulation Experiments Performance Guarantee in Hybrid Scheduling Hybrid Scheduling with Client's Impatience Hybrid Scheduling Algorithm Hybrid Scheduling with Clients' Departure Hybrid Scheduling with Anomalies Performance Modeling and Analysis Assumptions Client's Departure from the System Anomalies from Spurious Requests Simulation Experiments Hybrid Scheduling with Client's Departure Hybrid Scheduling with Anomalies Dynamic Hybrid Scheduling with Request Repetition Repeat-Attempt Hybrid Scheduling Scheme Performance Analysis of the Hybrid Repeat Attempt System Simulation Experiments Service Classification in Hybrid Scheduling for Differentiated QoS Hybrid Scheduling with Service Classification Delay and Blocking in Differentiated QoS Average Number of Elements in the System Priority-Based Service Classification Simulation Experiments Assumptions Results Online Hybrid Scheduling over Multiple Channels Preliminaries: Definitions and Metrics A New Multi-Channel Hybrid Scheduling Balanced K Channel Allocation with Flat Broadcast Per Channel On-Line Balanced K Channel Allocation with Hybrid Broadcast Per Channel Simulation Results Results Conclusions and Future Works

Product Details

  • publication date: 18/03/2008
  • ISBN13: 9781420046557
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 160
  • ID: 9781420046557
  • weight: 408
  • ISBN10: 1420046551

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