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Simple, efficient routing schemes for all-optical networks

Michele Flammini, Christian Scheideler
1997 Proceedings of the ninth annual ACM symposium on Parallel algorithms and architectures - SPAA '97  
doi:10.1145/258492.258509 dblp:conf/spaa/FlamminiS97 fatcat:dcg5jj2oxbfq7if36kjey6qtwy

Evaluation of novel resilience schemes in dynamic optical transport networks

Monika Jaeger, Ralf Huelsermann, Dominic A. Schupke, Rene Sedlak, Shizhong Xie, Chunming Qiao, Yun Chur Chung
2002 Optical Networking II  
There are different methods for calculating optical channel routes in optical networks.  ...  One method to compute routes in all three types of optical networks is the layered-graph scheme [ Figure 1 ]. Every layer reflects a certain wavelength.  ...  Quantitative Evaluation of Resource Efficiency To obtain quantitative results about the resource efficiency of different resilience schemes in optical networks, we analyzed a selection of the resilience  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.482424 fatcat:mobfl7ps3jhrrgfzrivsgenw7q

Scalable, Optimal and Capacity Efficient Survivable Technique (SOCEST) for Optical Network

Amit Kumar Garg
2017 International Journal of Future Generation Communication and Networking  
It is seen that preplanned protection cycles (p-cycles) have emerged as a viable scheme for recovery from failure in mesh networks.  ...  The proposed new framework is found to be efficient than existing schemes since it adds one or two links rather than constructing a new p-cycle.  ...  design simple complex simple Capacity efficiency low high high Cost low high low Table 2 . 2 Physical Parameters used for the Simulated Network S.No.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijfgcn.2017.10.8.04 fatcat:rqq2m7rigrhbbnikry4iqixlci

A series of Hamiltonian cycle-based solutions to provide simple and scalable mesh optical network resilience

Hong Huang, J.A. Copeland
2002 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Solutions for moderate-sized and large networks are differentiated with the former emphasizing simplicity and efficiency and the latter stressing resilience from multiple simultaneous failures and isolation  ...  Index Terms-Optical networks, network resilience and survivability, Hamiltonian cycle.  ...  RC is the least efficient scheme but is fast, simple and robust. In between lies our proposed three schemes: SHI, HCC and HNC.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2002.1046992 fatcat:3kkgdptwqvfm5c7t5z6rs7nfj4

MANAGING CONTENTION AVOIDANCE AND MAXIMIZING THROUGHPUT IN OBS NETWORK

AMIT KUMAR GARG
2013 Journal of Engineering Science and Technology  
Optical Burst Switching (OBS) is a promising technology for future optical networks.  ...  The proposed scheme offers the same node complexity as that in general OBS networks with optical buffers.  ...  In this paper, an efficient scheme has been presented to avoid contention and to maximize throughput for optical burst switched networks.  ... 
doaj:2eadae74395645c0b4c8df9cbb58ff8a fatcat:emq5daf6arejfcnhkixnngptty

Failure protection in layered networks with shared risk link groups

Dahai Xu, Yizhi Xiong, Chunming Qiao, Guangzhi Li
2004 IEEE Network  
efficiency, as well as their complexities.  ...  In this paper, we highlight the significance of the trap problem in layered networks with SRLG and evaluate the performance of several existing SRLG protection schemes in terms of trap avoidance and bandwidth  ...  All schemes below, except for the first two ILP approaches mentioned next, are designed with static routing in mind, but some of them may also be extended to dynamic routing. A.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mnet.2004.1301021 fatcat:3hgjxhhanraaxn4ry5xga63sym

SPIDER: A simple and flexible tool for design and provisioning of protected lightpaths in optical networks

R. Drew Davis, Krishnan Kumaran, Gang Liu, Iraj Saniee
2002 Bell Labs technical journal  
This paper presents a range of techniques for efficient and reliable optical network design, covering decentralized dedicated protection to shared path-based mesh restoration.  ...  Optical devices are poised to form the core of the next generation of backbone and enterprise networks.  ...  Ramakrishnan and Eric Bouillet, formerly of Bell Labs, for their substantial contributions to the SPIDER effort; Thomas Mueller of Lucent's Optical Networking Group as well as Deirdre Doherty and Mohcene  ... 
doi:10.1002/bltj.2265 fatcat:sstexmait5buljclmm7ybgaaxi

Optimal & Computationally Efficient Resilient Technique (OCERT) for Optical WDM Networks

Amit Kumar Garg
2017 International Journal of Future Generation Communication and Networking  
In this paper, for based optical networks, link and node failures recovery using p-cycles have been accounted for.  ...  The capacity efficiency and protection or restoration capabilities of proposed scheme are evaluated through numerical results.  ...  The mesh topology is preferred for large networks while ring topology is for simple and small-scale networks.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijfgcn.2017.10.9.02 fatcat:vzbvloh5d5efbkwvxvgrwkgps4

A cost-effective traffic aggregation scheme in all-optical networks

N. Bouabdallah, H. Perros, G. Pujolle
2005 GLOBECOM '05. IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference, 2005.  
scalability concerns that are typical of all-optical wavelength-routed networks.  ...  Our objective is to reduce the network cost while preserving the benefits of all-optical wavelength-routed networks.  ...  Fig. 1 A 1 simple demonstration network. (a) All-optical Wavelength routed network. The connection request (1,2) is rejected. (b) Distributed aggregation scheme.  ... 
doi:10.1109/glocom.2005.1578036 dblp:conf/globecom/BouabdallahPP05 fatcat:7k2bxnjvfvfo3mjdrecsq2h6gq

Provisioning for probabilistic failures in multi-domain DWDM networks

M Esmaeili, K Kazi, S Khan, A Rayes, N Ghani
2010 7th International Symposium on High-capacity Optical Networks and Enabling Technologies  
The work jointly incorporates both risk minimization and traffic engineering objectives, and develops a novel graph theoretic scheme for distributed operation in realistic optical network settings.  ...  The authors are very grateful for this support. VII. REFERENCES  ...  To date, various solutions have been proposed for multidomain (optical) network survivability.  ... 
doi:10.1109/honet.2010.5715779 fatcat:lcrfdnoa4jd3fkqnomxsxdjwfi

Review of Restorable Routing Algorithm in Optical Networks

Navneet Kaur, Raman Kumar
2013 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Optical networks increase the Transmission capacity and speed of the network . This paper reviews most of the recent research work on Routing Algorithms in optical Networks.  ...  In a WDM network, a single channel may be carrying no of gigabits of data per second, a single failure may cause a disturbance in huge amount of service for a large number of users. .A network that is  ...  Rather, it may be more efficient to put wavelength converters at some, but not all nodes in the network called sparse wavelength-conversion network.  ... 
doi:10.5120/14509-2887 fatcat:zpo4wyienrhj5i2y553xiv2ezy

Effects of Optical Layer Protection Granularity in Survivable Hierarchical Optical Path Network

Yoshiyuki YAMADA, Hiroshi HASEGAWA, Ken-ichi SATO
2012 IEICE transactions on communications  
Network costs and the number of switching operations necessary are evaluated for different ratios of protected demand.  ...  resources needed compared to single layer optical path networks. key words: hierarchical optical path network, waveband, survivability, protection  ...  We have recently developed a heuristic design algorithm for each protection scheme. Both algorithms efficiently solve the routing and waveband/wavelength assignment problem.  ... 
doi:10.1587/transcom.e95.b.2959 fatcat:ujldw4zstrer7oj6ronwoajc7y

Hybrid static-dynamic wavelength/waveband allocation scheme for novel broadcast and select star-ring optical regional network

Yueping Cai, Motoharu Matsuura, Naoto Kishi, Tetsuya Miki
2007 2007 Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications  
In this network, the large number of wavelength resources generated by a single multi-carrier light source can be shared and utilized in a flexible and simple way.  ...  We have proposed a novel star-ring optical regional network architecture with dynamic wavelength/waveband broadcast and select based on bandwidth reservation.  ...  Routing Method In our proposed network, under normal network situation (no failure happens such as node failures, fiber cuts and so on), we use the fixed routing method for simple control purpose.  ... 
doi:10.1109/apcc.2007.4433479 fatcat:jtpf6oir7rbvdo6547ulnhypju

Control plane design in multidomain/multilayer optical networks

N. Ghani, Qing Liu, D. Benhaddou, N.S.V. Rao, T. Lehman
2008 IEEE Communications Magazine  
As optical networks proliferate, there is a growing need to address distributed multidomain provisioning.  ...  Although multi-domain operation has been well-studied in packet/cellswitching networks, the multilayer (granularity) circuit-switched nature of modern optical networks presents a unique set of challenges  ...  The authors are very grateful to these agencies for their generous support. In addition, the authors are also very thankful to Dr. Thomas Ndousse for his insightful discussions and feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2008.4539470 fatcat:uqxm5wpgmbbwlgiuazvvgvezgm

Dynamic Multipath Routing With Traffic Grooming in OFDM-Based Elastic Optical Path Networks

Zheyu Fan, Yang Qiu, Chun-Kit Chan
2015 Journal of Lightwave Technology  
Index Terms-Dynamic routing and spectrum allocation, elastic optical networks, multipath routing, traffic grooming.  ...  Elastic optical networks employ flexible routing and spectrum allocation algorithms to support diverse services and heterogeneous traffic.  ...  Fig. 2 illustrates a simple example of multipath routing with traffic grooming.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jlt.2014.2387312 fatcat:yaqajodzxbab3llws55wy47rwa
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