Multimedia has been exponentially increasing as the biggest big data, which consist of video clips, images, and audio files. Processing and analyzing them on a cloud data center have become a preferred solution that can utilize the large pool of cloud resources to address the problems caused by the tremendous amount of unstructured multimedia data. However, there exist many challenges in processing multimedia big data on a cloud data center, such as multimedia data representation approach, an efficient networking model, and an estimation method for traffic patterns. The primary purpose of this article is to develop a novel tensor-based software-defined networking model on a cloud data center for multimedia big-data computation and communication. First, an overview of the proposed framework is provided, in which the functions of the representative modules are briefly illustrated. Then, three models,-forwarding tensor, control tensor, and transition tensor-are proposed for management of networking devices and prediction of network traffic patterns. Finally, two algorithms about single-mode and multimode tensor eigen-decomposition are developed, and the incremental method is employed for efficiently updating the generated eigen-vector and eigen-tensor. Experimental results reveal that the proposed framework is feasible and efficient to handle multimedia big data on a cloud data center.
|Number of pages||23|
|Journal||ACM TRANSACTIONS ON MULTIMEDIA COMPUTING COMMUNICATIONS AND APPLICATIONS|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 2016|
|MoE publication type||A1 Journal article-refereed|
- big data
- software defined networks
- data center