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Multicast Node Communication Using Virtual Queue with Process Scheduling

S. Sumalatha1, G. Sreenivasulu2 and G. Uday Kiran Bhargava3
  • 1 Sathyabama University, India
  • 2 Sri Venkateswara University, India
  • 3 , India
Journal of Computer Science
Volume 11 No. 2, 2015, 337-343


Submitted On: 27 February 2014 Published On: 28 January 2015

How to Cite: Sumalatha, S., Sreenivasulu, G. & Bhargava, G. U. K. (2015). Multicast Node Communication Using Virtual Queue with Process Scheduling. Journal of Computer Science, 11(2), 337-343.


Multicast technique is used to transmit node data from one source node to many destination nodes simultaneously and establish a communication in the network. In multicasting communication, node network packet collision occurrence is a frequent problem in real time network system. The node packet collision avoidance using virtual queue with process scheduling is discussed in this study and proposed central queue process scheduling and intermediate leader node avoids traffic and congestion avoidance between node packets in this research work. The results are discovered reliable path for node network approach using node location to receive an accurate and shortest path of destination nodes.

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  • Virtual Queue Acknowledgement
  • Multicast Node Network
  • Process Scheduling