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IEE Colloquium on AI for Network Management Systems
Introduction In packet-switched networks, routing can be solved e ciently by local algorithms. This is not the case in circuit-switched networks such as ATM, where routing has been shown to be NP-complete ( 4], 6]). Many potential applications such as multimedia transmissions or videoconferences require a quality of service guarantee which can only be given in circuit-switched networks, so this problem is becoming important in practice. A communication network is a set of nodes that aredoi:10.1049/ic:19970536 fatcat:hart6asdw5dsvj5da6cunl6ytm