kumoh national institute of technology
Networked Systems Lab.

Williams Paul Nwadiugwu, Dong-Seong Kim "Enhanced SDP-Dynamic Bloom Filters for a DDS Node Discovery Scheme in Real-time Systems" ETFA 2017, Limassol, Cyprus, Sep. 12-15, 2017(A)
By : williams Nwadiugwu
Date : 2017-05-18
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In this paper, an enhanced SDP-Dynamic bloom filters for a DDS node discovery scheme in real-time systems is proposed. Since the previous works of the DDS focuses more on the usage of a simple discovery protocol (SDP) for endpoint to endpoint information communication of industrial scale networks, attempts have now been made to enhance this approach in this paper into what we call the simple discovery protocol dynamic bloom filters (SDP-Dynamic Bloom) focusing more on scalability in the amount of sent and stored message packets in the industrial network system.
Simulation result show that our scheme will be able to viciously reduce the overall computing and processing time of both stable and unstable industrial network environment which arises during the restructuring process of the existing SDP bloom filters approach.