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Title: A fault recovery mechanism for a QoS-guaranteed multicast routing protocol
Authors: PENG BIN
Keywords: Fault Recovery, Linux Kernel, Multicast Routing, Performance Measurement, Quality of Service, Simulation
Issue Date: 7-Jul-2004
Citation: PENG BIN (2004-07-07). A fault recovery mechanism for a QoS-guaranteed multicast routing protocol. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Current QoS-based multicast routing protocols assume adequate fault free service from the underlying network. However, this assumption is not realistic. Therefore, fault recovery is one of critical features for the practical deployment of a QoS-based routing protocol. This thesis presents the design, simulation modeling, Linux kernel implementation and performance evaluation of a fault recovery mechanism for a QoS-guaranteed multicast routing protocol. We describe the design and implementation details of the simulation models and Linux test-bed for our fault recovery mechanism, and then evaluate the performance of our fault recovery mechanism by comparing it with existing QoS-based multicast fault recovery mechanism through extensive simulation. Compared with existing multicast fault recovery mechanisms, our fault recovery mechanism repairs the failure efficiently, which gives better performance in terms of the fault recovery time, the number of control messages and the fault recovery rate.
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