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An Optimum Network Selection Solution for Multihomed Hosts using Hopfield Jorge Espi, Robert Atkinson, David Harle and Ivan Andonovic
 

Summary: An Optimum Network Selection Solution for Multihomed Hosts using Hopfield
Networks
Jorge Espi, Robert Atkinson, David Harle and Ivan Andonovic
Centre for Intelligent Dynamic Communications
University of Strathclyde
Glasgow, United Kingdom
{jorge.espi, r.atkinson, d.harle, i.andonovic}@eee.strath.ac.uk
Abstract--This work introduces a Hopfield Neural Network
approach to network selection for multihomed hosts which
considers a range of relevant network parameters including
available radio access technologies and traffic types (VoIP, video
streaming, Web browsing and FTP-based). Also proposed is a
novel utility function that further improves network selection.
Results show that, in terms of QoS, the allocation obtained
using proposed algorithm outperforms other two reference
allocation schemes under a range of different scenarios.
Keywords-Network selection algorithms; Hopfield neural net-
works.
I. INTRODUCTION
The interworking of heterogeneous network technologies

  

Source: Atkinson, Robert C - Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Strathclyde

 

Collections: Engineering