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Neuro-Fuzzy-Based Frame Pre-Emption Using Time-Sensitive Networking for Industrial Ethernet
R. Kannamma,
Published in World Scientific
Volume: 20
Issue: supp01
IEEE802.1 Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) makes it conceivable to convey the data traffic of time as well as critical applications using Ethernet shared by different applications having diversified Quality of Service (QoS) requirements for both TSN and non-TSN. TSN assures a guaranteed data delivery with limited latency, low jitter, and amazingly low loss of data for time-critical traffic. By holding networking resources for basic traffic, and applying different queuing and traffic shaping strategies, TSN accomplishes zero congestion loss for basic time-critical traffic. In proposed system, backpropagation algorithm is used to train the training set and fuzzy inference system methodologies such as Mamdani fuzzy inference system which has fuzzy inputs and fuzzy outputs, Sugeno FIS which has fuzzy inputs and a crisp output and adaptive-network-based fuzzy inference system has obtained from the neural network and fuzzy logic. The proposed system uses neuro-fuzzy techniques to handle frame pre-emption and reduces the time taken for decision making. It presents a decision making process using the traffic class. © 2021 World Scientific Publishing Co.
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JournalJournal of Information and Knowledge Management
PublisherWorld Scientific