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Architecture de communication à QoS garantie pour la simulation distribuée

Akram Hakiri 1 
1 LAAS-SARA - Équipe Services et Architectures pour Réseaux Avancés
LAAS - Laboratoire d'analyse et d'architecture des systèmes
Abstract : Stimulated by the growth of network-based applications, middleware technologies for Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) applications are taking an increasing importance in large scale systems, and motivate the need to achieve end-to-end Quality-of-Service (QoS) over local and large-scale networks. The aims of this thesis revolve around network communication architecture for DIS applications in LAN and WAN. Its first contri! bution is to design and implement high performance Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) application using the HLA (High Level Architecture) and DDS (Data Distribution Service) middleware in LANs: HLA is used in conjonction with Hierarchical Timed Stream Petri Nets (HTSPN) to allow a powerful analysis techniques for validating and implementing QoS mechanisms in the application layer. Then, we show how DDS can successfully deliver the needed capabilities of DIS applications, provides fast and predictable distribution of real-time critical data in local area network. In the second contribution we suggest a novel extension of Dead Reckoning to increase the network availability and fulfill the required QoS in large-scale DIS applications. The proposed algorithm is based on a fuzzy inference system which is trained by the learning algorithm derived from the neuronal networks and fuzzy inference theory. The proposed mechanism is based on the optimization approach to! calculate the error threshold violation in networking games. ! Then, We show the limitations of the usage DDS Routing Services over the Internet and suggests a Proxy DDS to overcome those shortcomings. In the last contributions we present a dynamic ressource allocation SIP-based framework for the signaling plane DDS-based DIS applications. We give the design and implementation of this framework, the new concepts of the extended SIP to improve the QoS management mechanisms. Then, we present an QoS approach using the EuQoS (End-to-End QoS over Heterogeneous Networks) architecture to define a NGN (Next Generation Network) architecture for distributed interactive simulation that builds, uses and manages end-to-end QoS across different administrative domains and heterogeneous networks.
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Akram Hakiri. Architecture de communication à QoS garantie pour la simulation distribuée. Architectures Matérielles [cs.AR]. Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : ⟩. ⟨tel-00719563⟩



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