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Title: Open protocol design
Keywords: adaptable protocol, configurable protocol, genetic algorithm, QoS, multi-objectiveness, dynamic landscaping
Issue Date: 7-Jun-2004
Citation: BOH CHEK LIANG, DOMINIC (2004-06-07). Open protocol design. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Information Technology has penetrated all aspects of management, business and entertainment resulting in exponential growth of data and networking. With this, networking has taken on very varied purposes: fast file transfer, video streaming and Voice over Internet Protocol. A successful future transport protocol demands much more in configurability, adaptability, intelligence and Quality of Services (QoS). Presented in this paper is an intelligent protocol, Genetic Algorithm Transport Protocol (GATP), based on Genetic Algorithms (GAs) that can evolve and adapt to the dynamic network environment and achieve a user-configurable QoS based on best effort. Multi-Objective GA (MOGA) is adopted to cater to dynamic landscaping in networking. Experimental results will provide a basis for performance comparisons and behavioral analysis of genetic algorithms in an actual network environment. An additional study of the overhead of GATP is done to provide feasibility studies of up scaling this protocol.
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