Backpressure Routing

International Journal of Sensor Networks and Data Communications is one of the most viewed journals in backpressure routing. This journal includes theoretical and practical works, relevant case studies, topical surveys, and research articles that address problems faced by telecommunication service providers, equipment manufacturers, enterprises, and policy makers in the areas of data communications and importance of green networking. In backpressure routing, optimal packet commodity to transmit at each network node can be determined by a backpressure index that compares the current queue backlog of each commodity to the backlog in the potential receivers. Once a packet from this optimal commodity is transmitted, the responsibility of forwarding the packet to its destination is shifted to the receiver node that maximizes the differential backlog. Responsibility is retained by the original transmitter if no suitable receivers are found on a given transmission attempt. OMICS Group will keep up to date with latest advances in the respective fields and papers published in its journals will reach the readers directly through E-mail. OMICS Group Journals encourages original and well researched articles for publication. OMICS Group formed a network by signing agreements with more than 100 international societies and formed scientific alliances to make healthcare information Open Access. OMICS vision addresses key technology, management, and policy issues for utilizing data communications and networking in business and the current best practices for aligning this important technology with the strategic goals of the organization.
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Last date updated on June, 2014

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