Multicast Utility Maximization with Load Balanc-ing in Private Cloud Environment

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  • Abstract

    Multicast is a technique for one-to-many communication over the network. It plays important role in cloud computing and reduces the transmission overhead in the private cloud environment. In this paper, build an efficient multicast tree for the multicast routing problem in which a network consists of different categories of nodes, where each category can have one or more nodes of the same characteristic which is different from the characteristics of nodes from other categories. So it is used to reduce the message traffic in such a network, to build a multicast tree and minimize the queuing delay using multicast selection algorithm.

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    Cloud Computing; Multicast; Multicast Tree; private Cloud; Routing.

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Article ID: 12099
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i2.19.12099

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