Improve Service Discovery Performance over Different Networks Utilization and Sizes

Al-Mejibli, Intisar, Colley, Martin and Al-Majeed, Salah (2012) Improve Service Discovery Performance over Different Networks Utilization and Sizes. In: he Third International Conference on Networks & Communications, Bangalore, India.

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Abstract

Service discovery requests’ messages have a vital role in sharing and
locating resources in many of service discovery protocols. Sending more
messages than a link can handle may cause congestion and loss of messages
which dramatically influences the performance of these protocols. Re-send the
lost messages result in latency and inefficiency in performing the tasks which
user(s) require from the connected nodes. This issue become a serious problem
in two cases: first, when the number of clients which performs a service
discovery request is increasing, as this result in increasing in the number of
sent discovery messages; second, when the network resources such as
bandwidth capacity are consumed by other applications. These two cases lead
to network congestion and loss of messages. This paper propose an algorithm to
improve the services discovery protocols performance by separating each
consecutive burst of messages with a specific period of time which calculated
regarding the available network resources. In addition, this paper explains the
impact of increasing the number of clients and the consumed network resources
on the proposed algorithm.

Keywords:Dropped messages, Service discovery protocols, Network Utilization
Subjects:G Mathematical and Computer Sciences > G400 Computer Science
Divisions:College of Science > School of Computer Science
ID Code:46717
Deposited On:28 Sep 2021 11:47

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