Routing and G-Networks to Optimise Energy and Quality of Service in Packet Networks

The authors formulate the problem of joint energy and Quality of Service (QoS) optimisation in packet networks and show how it can be formalised using the control capabilities inherent in G-network theory, which also includes the overhead due to control traffic. Using known energy consumption characteristics of network routers and of network link driver equipment, this approach leads to a polynomial time complexity gradient optimisation algorithm which seeks a judicious balance between the QoS experienced by the users and the overall energy consumption of the network.

Provided by: Imperial College London Topic: Networking Date Added: Jul 2010 Format: PDF

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