Presentation 2003/2/11
Rerouting Algorithm for Dynamic Multicast in Stratospheric Platform Networks
Hiroyuki KAWADA, Takumi MIYOSHI, Yoshiaki TANAKA,
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Abstract(in English) Stratospheric platform (SPF) networks can realize efficient multicast service by utilizing multiple address function or interlinks among SPFs. Conventional multicast routing algorithms, however, cannot efficiently operate in SPF networks owing to high cost of multicast trees, much consumption of network resource, or underutilizing the SPF's characteristics. We have developed a new multicast routing algorithm for SPF networks. The algorithm periodically reroutes the multicast trees in each SPF's coverage area. We also evaluated the proposed algorithm. The results show that the proposed algorithm can operate more effeciently than conventional algorithms in SPF networks.
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Keyword(in English) stratospheric platform / multicast / rerouting / algorithm
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Title (in English) Rerouting Algorithm for Dynamic Multicast in Stratospheric Platform Networks
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Keyword(1) stratospheric platform
Keyword(2) multicast
Keyword(3) rerouting
Keyword(4) algorithm
1st Author's Name Hiroyuki KAWADA
1st Author's Affiliation Graduate School of Science and Engineering,Waseda University()
2nd Author's Name Takumi MIYOSHI
2nd Author's Affiliation Faculty of Systems Engineering,Shibaura Institute of Technology:Global Information and Telecommunication Institute,Waseda University
3rd Author's Name Yoshiaki TANAKA
3rd Author's Affiliation Global Information and Telecommunication Institute,Waseda University:Advanced Research Institute for Science and Engineering,Waseda University
Date 2003/2/11
Paper # NS2002-224,OCS2002-114
Volume (vol) vol.102
Number (no) 647
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 4
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