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Title: Hierarchical routing technique for traffic control in future internet architecture

Authors: Vinodha Krishnareddy; Selvarani Rangaswamy

Addresses: The Oxford College of Engineering, Bangalore, India ' Alliance College of Engineering and Design, Bangalore, India

Abstract: The conventional TCP-based communication techniques are no longer effective in controlling dynamic situation of traffic congestion especially for future internet architecture. We reviewed the existing techniques and found that the problem of traffic congestion pertaining to heterogeneous wireless network is still not resolved. The design principle adopted in our research discusses the network architecture that is suitable for node deployment, mobility, routing, and evaluation of QoS requirement for future internet. The significance of the outcomes is being measured through QoS parameters like data transmission, channel capacity and energy dissipation. The results show that proposed routing scheme offers an efficient control over congestion in future internet.

Keywords: congestion control; future internet architecture; distributed network; routing; network traffic control; quality of service; hierarchical routing; heterogeneous network; node mobility; energy consumption.

DOI: 10.1504/IJCNDS.2018.088506

International Journal of Communication Networks and Distributed Systems, 2018 Vol.20 No.1, pp.110 - 127

Available online: 10 Nov 2017 *

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