Date of Award
Master of Science
In the current era where networking has become a part of every life, it has become a challenge to maintain the networks. In this work we have proposed a work to study the effect of change in the piggybacked information on the total number of information packets generated and the bandwidth utilization when broadcasting in wide area networks, using the concept of pseudo-diameter based pruning. Reduction in the number of duplicate packets generated offers a better QOS in terms of efficient utilization of bandwidth.
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