Modeling and Optimization of Cloud-Ready and Content-Oriented Networks

Modeling and Optimization of Cloud-Ready and Content-Oriented Networks

English | ISBN: 3319303082 | 2016 | 300 Pages | PDF | 6 MB

This book focuses on modeling and optimization of cloud-ready and content-oriented networks in the context of different layers and accounts for specific constraints following from protocols and technologies used in a particular layer. It addresses a wide range of additional constraints important in contemporary networks, including various types of network flows, survivability issues, multi-layer networking, and resource location.

The book presents recent existing and new results in a comprehensive and cohesive way. The contents of the book are organized in five chapters, which are mostly self-contained.

Chapter 1 briefly presents information on cloud computing and content-oriented services, and introduces basic notions and concepts of network modeling and optimization. Chapter 2 covers various optimization problems that arise in the context of connection-oriented networks. Chapter 3 focuses on modeling and optimization of Elastic Optical Networks. Chapter 4 is devoted to overlay networks. The book concludes with Chapter 5, summarizing the book and present recent research trends in the field of network optimization.

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