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A Smart Traffic Management Scheme and Its System Design Based on User's Participating with the Mobile Application
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A Smart Traffic Management Scheme and Its System Design Based on User's Participating with the Mobile Application
Kim, Bog-Soon; Park, Choon-Gul; Lim, Hyong-Muk; Cho, Gi-Hwan;
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 Abstract
Along with increasing of its subscribers and traffic for high-speed LTE service, it is widely expected to bring about the 2nd data explosion and results in any inconvenience of users. This paper proposes a smart traffic management scheme and its system design based on user's participating with the mobile application, in order to provide a fast and stable service for end users as well as to resolve the network overhead with increasing traffic. By making use of a time shift by users who want to reduce data usage amount and communication cost, the proposed scheme tries to reduce the peak traffic by shifting the delay-tolerant services, such as file sharing and software download, into the other time line. It also reduces the high volumed video traffics by transforming them into a user customized one. In addition, we suggest a mechanism to select video size and service time, then proposes an overall system design and its user service scenarios.
 Keywords
LTE;time-shift;delay tolerant traffic;user participating;
 Language
Korean
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