Computer Communications ( IF 2.816 ) Pub Date : 2020-07-25 , DOI: 10.1016/j.comcom.2020.07.030 Ying Sai; Dong-zhu Fan; Meng-yang Fan
This paper considers encoding caching and collaborative distribution issues jointly, and proposes a collaborative and efficient content caching and distribution mechanism; and based on the proposed scheme, an energy consumption model is established from the perspective of content caching and content distribution to optimize Energy efficiency of content caching and content distribution. In addition, this paper proposes a cache placement algorithm based on heuristic greedy algorithm to solve this energy efficiency optimization problem by optimizing cache placement. Finally, the simulation results show the performance of the scheme. This paper proposes a content clustering distribution scheme for the problems of random user distribution and limited cache. This solution uses the user’s media cloud and communication technology to complete the distribution of video content. In addition, the use of an efficient adaptive media cloud clustering mechanism and a minimized hops algorithm has enabled the reasonable deployment of 5G network caches based on the popularity of video content and user distribution. The simulation results show that the system content request response time is shortened by 50%, which effectively reduce the impact of content popularity changes on system performance. This paper analyses the important performance indicators such as cache hit rate, optimal communication radius, and maximum link access in 5G networks for multi-layer popular multimedia content distribution in response to the heterogeneity and transmission interference problems for 5G networks in 5G communications. Under the premise of noise ratio and signal-to-interference ratio threshold, related service link selection and scheduling algorithms is further proposed obtaining simulation results that approximate theoretical analysis, which effectively reduces the number of interference by 40% and improves the system throughput by 10%.