Resource Cube:Multi-Virtual Resource Management for Integrated Satellite-Terrestrial Industrial IoT Networks

Chen, D. and Yang, C. and Gong, P. and Chang, L. and Shao, J. and Ni, Q. and Anpalagan, A. and Guizani, M. (2020) Resource Cube:Multi-Virtual Resource Management for Integrated Satellite-Terrestrial Industrial IoT Networks. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 69 (10). pp. 11963-11974. ISSN 0018-9545

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Abstract

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has found wider research, and satellite-terrestrial network (STN) can provide large-scale seamless connections for IIoT. With virtualization, we design resource cube to describe the integration and state of multi-dimensional virtual resources. To achieve higher resource utilization and smarter connections, we design a matching considered preferences (MCPR) algorithm to match IIoT nodes with service sides. The matching design considers the resource cube (MCRC) algorithm based on MCPR algorithm to lower the total system delay. In addition, in order to simplify the analysis of resource management, we adopt a layered architecture and multiple M/M/1 queuing models. We analyze the resource utilization and the total system delay for three different combinations of arrival rate and service rate of each resource cube. With MCRC algorithm, the utilization of resources is slightly reduced, while the total system delay is greatly reduced compared with MCPR algorithm. © 1967-2012 IEEE.

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