Reliable Critical Infrastructure: Multiple Failures for Multicast using Multi-Objective Approach
Keywords:resilience, protection, survivability networks, multi-objective evolutionary algorithm
Multicast is the keystone for multimedia Internet. Multicast is one of the new andÂ most used services in telecommunication networks. However, these networks meet bigÂ challenges when facing failures from diverse factors, including natural disasters andÂ bad configurations. Networks operators need to establish mechanisms to maintainÂ available multicast services, and plan actions to handle incidents. We study andÂ implement an elitist evolutionary algorithm based on Strength Pareto EvolutionaryÂ Algorithm - SPEA. Our implementation recalculates network routes, even when thereÂ are multiple failures. The results indicate that our product finds lower-cost and higheravailabilityÂ multicast tree to protect multicast services.
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