Cognitive routing in software defined networks using learning models with latency and throughput constraints

Nagaraju Tumakuru Anadanaiah, Malode Vishwanatha Panduranga Rao


To address latency and throughput challenges in software defined networks (SDNs), the research investigates cognitive routing's revolutionary implications. In today's data-driven world, network performance optimisation is crucial. Cognitive routing is a dynamic and potentially disruptive network management technology. Cognitive routing, strengthened by reinforcement learning and adaptive decision-making, is crucial to network efficiency and responsiveness, according to our study. The results show that cognitive routing optimises performance by limiting delay and maximising throughput. SDN application cognitive routing engine (CRE) driving forces, design, and preliminary assessment are described in this article. The CRE finds almost optimal paths for a user's quality of service (QoS) need while minimising monitoring overhead. Instead of global monitoring to find optimal paths, local monitoring achieves this. In ad-hoc networks, finding a trustworthy path reduces latency and ensures network stability. The proposed system was simulated utilising many parameters. Compared to previous SDN-based systems, end-to-end latency and ping round-trip time were better.


Cognitive routing; Cognitive routing engine; Reinforcement learning; Round trip time; Software defined networks;

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IAES International Journal of Artificial Intelligence (IJ-AI)
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