Összeköttetés alapú kommunikációs protokollok állapottér-idő elemzése dinamikus idővetemítéssel

Dynamic Time Warping Based State Space-Time Analysis of the Connection Oriented Protocols

Szerzők

  • GÁL Zoltán

Kulcsszavak:

Internet of Things, transport layer protokols, time series analysis, Dynamic Time Warping, k-Mean clustering, Hiearchical clustering, Tárgyak Internete, szállítási réteg protokoll, idősoranalízis, idővetemítés, k-Mean algoritmus, Hierarchikus klaszter algoritmus

Absztrakt

Processing of the data generated by the Internet of Things requires Big Data category services. High transmission capacity services are needed to provide efficiency of the interconnected high capacity processing and storage subsystems. There are considerable number of different congestion control mechanisms offered by the Internet technologies today. In the paper we investigate sixteen different connection oriented service types of the transport layer and we evaluate similarity measure based on Dynamic Time Warping algorithm. It was found that the TCP versions used in practice today can be grouped in three behaviour classes. Class belonging of these versions depend strongly on the number of parallel communication sessions running on the same path of data transfer.   

Kivonat

A Tárgyak Internete által egyre nagyobb mennyiségben előállított szenzor adat feldolgozása Big Data kategóriába tartozó módszereket igényel. A hatékonyság miatt ezen adatok nagykapacitású feldolgozó, illetve tároló alrendszerekhez való továbbítása nagysebességű átvitelt feltételez. Mivel az Internet technológiák a szállítási rétegében sok féle torlódásvezérlési mechanizmus működtetnek, a dolgozatban ezek közül a gyakorlatban elterjedt tizenhat változat összehasonlítását végeztük el. Dinamikus idővetemítés módszerével végzett számszerűsítés alapján ezek három fajta viselkedési módot mutatnak, ami erőteljesen függ az azonos kommunikációs útvonalon egyidőben működő kapcsolatok számától.

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2021-10-11