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Olifer, V.G. and Olifer, N.A. (2001) Art Traffic Optimization. Journal of Set-O LAN Solutions, No. 12, 38-47.

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  • TITLE: Practical Routing Protocol Models to Improve Network Performance and Adequacy

    AUTHORS: Mohammad Alhihi

    KEYWORDS: Telecommunications Network, Routing Protocols, Hybrid Network

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Computer and Communications, Vol.5 No.6, April 28, 2017

    ABSTRACT: The telecommunications network has become an essential facility of our daily life, which is the reason why a good number of the recent researches are directed to it. In this paper, the performance of routing protocols for selected network and the optimum way of utilizing the network resources is proposed, through improving the routing method protocols to obtain the most accurate communication models, which give the best network performance, taking into consideration that the protocol time interval to recalculate the future routing step is agreed to be our performance criteria, which is then used to determine the total amount of incoming traffic normalized at the best network performance with respect to the network capacity as well. Moreover, adaptive routing evaluation methods have been mathematically investigated in this work for telecommunication networks (TN), more precisely, developing the infrared radiation (IR) routing methods for hybrid TN applications, in terms of implementation conditions at a certain guaranteed quality of service, where we give a particular interest in analyzing routing methods based on the fact that the distribution information is contained in the routing variables, rather than in the state variables. The protocol that deals with the unbalanced traffic distribution over TN nodes has been investigated in this paper as well, and simulation results show good progress in the proposed protocol over the traditional protocols.