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6) If some of the data were sent as popular data in the broadcast mode, clients which requested that data could get it at the same time. So the expected speed in the broadcast mode multiplied by the number of requests for popular data is the transmission speed for the broadcast mode. If a data item were accessed by 75% of the clients and only that data was sent as popular data in the broadcast mode, the maximum number of clients the server could send it would be 27. 4 Expecting length of the waiting time.
MDB requires as many channels to broadcast as kinds of data, but the number of channels available is usually limited in commercial wireless communication systems. For example, there is only one channel in a wireless LAN using TCP/IP. Our mechanism fits better to such a wireless communication system. 50 When the system has many channels, data are sent through one. Thus, clients select the channel in which the data is sent, and then they wait until the data is sent. It is more difficult to make a structure that selects a channel and waits for the data than to make a structure that only waits on a single channel until data is sent.
The broadcast mode enables a server to support many clients via narrow bandwidth and the on-demand modes enables each client to access different data. An algorithm deciding which data should be broadcasted is presented. It minimizes expected length of waiting time of clients to get needed data from the server. Evaluation results show the effectiveness of this algorithm. 38 1 INTRODUCTlON Recent advances in wireless communication technologies have made it possible for portable computer users to access databases in remote servers at any time and at any location.