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Performance Evaluation of the PBR and QoS Control Routing for Multi-Channel Adaptive Streaming (PQMAS) Model


Mohammad Azmi Al-Madi, Rosnah Idrus, Azlan Osman, Rahmat Budiarto


Vol. 8  No. 4  pp. 85-93


In this paper, we experimentally present our simulation analysis and results as a complement to our previous method which is the PBR and QoS Control Routing for Multi-Channel Adaptive Streaming (PQMAS) approach model. The evaluation results of this approach model are based into two major attributes which are; the Throughput and the Time Computation Performance. More specifically, the Time Computation Performance attribute will be classified into three calculation categories which are; the Prime-Time performance, the Non-Prime-Time performance and the Average-Time performance. These categories are defined to show the usage and exploitation of the customers for the bandwidths at the range of the categories time as will be discussed in this paper. As a result, the throughput indicated to be high in the bandwidth routing operation which is 98.027% which means that scalability and fairness of the simulation was improved. The time performance indicated to an increase since the number of nodes are increasing, but, not drastically.


IPv4, IPv6, Quality of Service (QoS), nodes (subscribers), Policy-Based Routing (PBR), Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), Broadcasters