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Connection preemption can be a means to provide available and reliable services to high-priority connections when a network is heavily loaded and connection request arrival patterns are unknown, or when the network experiences link or node failures. We present a simulation study of preemption in a general connection-oriented network setting. Based on the observations made in this study, we have developed two optimal connection preemption selection algorithms that operate in adoi:10.1109/infcom.1997.635124 dblp:conf/infocom/PeyravianK97 fatcat:xrnrh5ddbjbl5ht4pitwyqquna