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Using Binning for Tree Construction in Application

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Author(s): reza besharati | Mozafar Bag-Mohammadi | Mashallah AbasiDezfooli

Journal: Majlesi Journal of Electrical Engineering
ISSN 2008-1413

Volume: 3;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 43;
Date: 2009;
Original page

Keywords: Binning | Fault-Tolerant | Stability | Multicast | Host | Stress | Split.

ABSTRACT
The application Layer Multicast (ALM) is an alternative and deployable approach to IP multicasting. Topology awareness link stress and delay stretch considerably, therefore it is a very important metric for ALM. This work describes a novel, highly stable and low overhead ALM approach using a binning technique to cluster nearby receivers, referred to as Bincast. Bincast uses a constant number of landmarks to cluster nearby nodes. Then, it constructs a k-ary tree between cluster members. The most stable node is selected as the head of each cluster. Cluster heads are connected to the source through a higher level tree. Detailed performance evaluation revealed that Bincast has a lower delay stretch than similar methods with approximately the same stress. Besides, it is more stable due to the selection of stable nodes as cluster heads.
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