An adaptive load balance scheme for handling mass of front-end devices in vehicular wireless network

Wei-Hsun Lee, Yian Shu Chu, Shian Shyong Tseng

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Abstract

Many ITS applications are designed based upon centralized vehicle-to-center communication scheme. The backend systems deal with the requests from the front-end devices (FED) and respond to the request information for completing applications scenarios. However, huge amount of FEDs may generate mass client requests and result in communication server bottleneck problem (CSBP). In this paper, an adaptive hierarchical load balance approach with the concepts of divide and conquer, dynamic load distribution and balancing for resolving the CSBP is proposed. A work load factor is defined for balancing the loads of communication servers to maintain the quality of service, and a fail-over procedure is automatically triggered to assign a new responsible communication server when a communication server fails. By applying the proposed method, client requests can be almost averagely distributed to the available communication servers, which reduces the probabilities of regional congestion and enhance the overall service quality.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationICTIS 2011
Subtitle of host publicationMultimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation - Proceedings of the 1st Int. Conf. on Transportation Information and Safety
Pages608-614
Number of pages7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011 Sep 9
Event1st International Conference on Transportation Information and Safety: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation, ICTIS 2011 - Wuhan, China
Duration: 2011 Jun 302011 Jul 2

Publication series

NameICTIS 2011: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation - Proceedings of the 1st Int. Conf. on Transportation Information and Safety

Other

Other1st International Conference on Transportation Information and Safety: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation, ICTIS 2011
CountryChina
CityWuhan
Period11-06-3011-07-02

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Wireless networks
Servers
communication
Communication
Dynamic loads
Quality of service
scenario

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Information Systems
  • Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality
  • Transportation

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Lee, W-H., Chu, Y. S., & Tseng, S. S. (2011). An adaptive load balance scheme for handling mass of front-end devices in vehicular wireless network. In ICTIS 2011: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation - Proceedings of the 1st Int. Conf. on Transportation Information and Safety (pp. 608-614). (ICTIS 2011: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation - Proceedings of the 1st Int. Conf. on Transportation Information and Safety). https://doi.org/10.1061/41177(415)77
Lee, Wei-Hsun ; Chu, Yian Shu ; Tseng, Shian Shyong. / An adaptive load balance scheme for handling mass of front-end devices in vehicular wireless network. ICTIS 2011: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation - Proceedings of the 1st Int. Conf. on Transportation Information and Safety. 2011. pp. 608-614 (ICTIS 2011: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation - Proceedings of the 1st Int. Conf. on Transportation Information and Safety).
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Lee, W-H, Chu, YS & Tseng, SS 2011, An adaptive load balance scheme for handling mass of front-end devices in vehicular wireless network. in ICTIS 2011: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation - Proceedings of the 1st Int. Conf. on Transportation Information and Safety. ICTIS 2011: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation - Proceedings of the 1st Int. Conf. on Transportation Information and Safety, pp. 608-614, 1st International Conference on Transportation Information and Safety: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation, ICTIS 2011, Wuhan, China, 11-06-30. https://doi.org/10.1061/41177(415)77

An adaptive load balance scheme for handling mass of front-end devices in vehicular wireless network. / Lee, Wei-Hsun; Chu, Yian Shu; Tseng, Shian Shyong.

ICTIS 2011: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation - Proceedings of the 1st Int. Conf. on Transportation Information and Safety. 2011. p. 608-614 (ICTIS 2011: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation - Proceedings of the 1st Int. Conf. on Transportation Information and Safety).

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Lee W-H, Chu YS, Tseng SS. An adaptive load balance scheme for handling mass of front-end devices in vehicular wireless network. In ICTIS 2011: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation - Proceedings of the 1st Int. Conf. on Transportation Information and Safety. 2011. p. 608-614. (ICTIS 2011: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation - Proceedings of the 1st Int. Conf. on Transportation Information and Safety). https://doi.org/10.1061/41177(415)77