Introduction to  Seminar Topic on Adding Intelligence to Internet:

All the sources we get through internet are via satellite transmissions. Satellites are powerful communication devices which over the generations have helped us in one way or another. The 1st generation of the satellites handled internet of limited bandwidth and single hope alternatives were used as links across many terrestrial loops. The latencies were huge since the satellites were positioned in a high orbit and this lead to a delay in propagation.

In the proposed system that is the second generation, the link end points coming from these satellites are enriched with intelligence which will cut off the delay in propagation. Instead of a single satellite, in this case a flock of satellites are used to monitor the documents and schedule the delivery time. Caching happens at all end points and user demands are anticipated to be concealed. 

All the terrestrial networks are equipped to provide equal band width across the globe and with the help geosynchronous satellites; the band width can be improved at places where there is limited terrestrial network.  Other advantage of such satellite is that single hop accesses are allowed in a direct manner which removes all the blockage points and maximize the access time. The whole internet traffic can be managed easily and effectively though this process. 

The providers who provides the content and the users who beneficent from it constitutes the whole system, sometimes there may be one or more end user beneficiaries. The end user is represented as a Kiosk and the satellite point is called warehouse. The distributed algorithms run both on these kiosk and warehouses which allows those two to communicate and cooperate with each other. The internet traffic itself is divided into web docs, push channels, real time, unreal time etc.  In these the web docs may be popular for long term or short term or may be also entirely unpopular. 

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