Peering strategic game models for interdependent ISPs in content centric internet

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Abstract

Emergent content-oriented networks prompt Internet service providers (ISPs) to evolve and take major responsibility for content delivery. Numerous content items and varying content popularities motivate interdependence between peering ISPs to elaborate their content caching and sharing strategies. In this paper, we propose the concept of peering for content exchange between interdependent ISPs in content centric Internet to minimize content delivery cost by a proper peering strategy. We model four peering strategic games to formulate four types of peering relationships between ISPs who are characterized by varying degrees of cooperative willingness from egoism to altruism and interconnected as profit-individuals or profit-coalition. Simulation results show the price of anarchy (PoA) and communication cost in the four games to validate that ISPs should decide their peering strategies by balancing intradomain content demand and interdomain peering relations for an optimal cost of content delivery. © 2013 Jia Zhao et al.

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Zhao, J., Guan, J., Xu, C., Su, W., & Zhang, H. (2013). Peering strategic game models for interdependent ISPs in content centric internet. The Scientific World Journal, 2013. https://doi.org/10.1155/2013/380265

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