Written by tuzs
Software Methodology for Estimating the Efficiency of the Hardware Composition of Deep Packet Inspection System Using the Modernized Hooke - Jeeves Method
- Abstract:Deep packet inspection systems on communication networks are used to identify the application generating a specific traffic flow. The issues related to modeling and design of deep packet inspection systems remain poorly understood. In this paper, a software technique for evaluating the effectiveness of the hardware composition of the servers of the deep packet inspection system is presented, using a mathematical model of such a system and software search methods. The description of the program search by the maximum element method and the Hook - Jeeves method is given. A modernization of the Hook - Jeeves method for a monotonically decreasing function is proposed. Comparison of the methods by the number of search steps is performed.
- Keywords: programmatic search, maximum element method, Hooke - Jeeves method, mathematical model.