Adaptability of Virtual Network Topology Control Based on Attractor Selection
Source: Osaka University
In recent years, the Internet accommodates various kinds of traffic generated by new applications, such as P2P, VoIP, and video streaming services. Since traffic of these applications gives impacts on the performance in the network, an adaptability against changes of traffic becomes one of important characteristics. To achieve the adaptability, the authors have proposed a method for virtual topology controls using an attractor selection model. In this paper, they investigate the adaptability of their virtual topology control via computer simulations.