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Title: Internet Exchange Traffic Sharing and Market Competition
Authors: 姜國輝
Contributors: 資管系
Keywords: ISP;IX;QoS;Routing Strategy
Date: 2007-01
Issue Date: 2010-10-31 11:11:04 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Traffic behavior in a large-scale network can be viewed as a complex non-linear system. It is very difficult to illustrate the long-term network traffic behavior in a large-scale network. The Internet can be seen as the combination of Internet Service Providers (ISP) and Internet Exchange (IX) providers. Due to market competition among ISPs and IX, Internet users will experience the different kind of quality of services (QoS), which effectively affect the network traffic model. The paper analyzes the traffic model in the Internet Exchange (IX) environment. The model simulates ISP/IX market competition behavior. Internet exchange providers' market share will be diluted through market competition. Several routing strategy was proposed in the study. The routing strategies vary with the different competing environment.
Relation: Journal of Internet Technology, 8(1), 27-32
Data Type: article
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