Authors: Kazuaki Togawa; Koji Hashimoto
Addresses: Graduate School of Software and Information Science, Iwate Prefectural University, 152-52, Sugo, Takizawa, Iwate, 020-0693, Japan ' Graduate School of Software and Information Science, Iwate Prefectural University, 152-52, Sugo, Takizawa, Iwate, 020-0693, Japan
Abstract: In recent years, network traffic has been increasing and when large events or natural disasters occur more network resources are requested at end points of network. Also, with the spread of smart devices can communicate with high-speed such as LTE, anyone are becoming to be able to communicate with high-speed. In order to efficiently handle traffic that locally and temporarily increases, it is effective to utilise smart devices owned by users. However, because there is a limit to the amount of the traffic that a smart device can handle, it is necessary to cooperate smart devices, nevertheless a system that cooperates smart devices and aggregates network resources has not been established. In this paper, we proposed a dynamic resource adaptation method that aggregates the network resources of smart devices and increases the available bandwidth. In evaluation experiments, a relationship between the amount of smart devices and network throughput was evaluated.
Keywords: priority control; resource adaptation method; software defined networking; SDN; wireless network.
International Journal of Space-Based and Situated Computing, 2018 Vol.8 No.1, pp.40 - 49
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