Improving networks using group-based topologies

  title={Improving networks using group-based topologies},
  author={Jaime Lloret Mauri and Carlos E. Palau and Fernando Boronat and Jes{\'u}s Tom{\'a}s},
  journal={Computer Communications},
Communication network topology design needs to address several conflicting requirements, such as minimizing the overall network diameter, minimizing the infrastructure cost, minimizing management cost, maximizing load distribution and so on. Centralized, decentralized, and partially centralized networks have their respective benefits as well as several drawbacks. It is known that grouping nodes gives better performance to the group and to the whole system, thereby avoiding unnecessary message… CONTINUE READING
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