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Resolving Cross-Layer Conflict Between Overlay Routing and Traffic Engineering
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking
Overlay routing is known to cause undesired instability in a network by operating in a selfish manner. The objectives of overlay routing, such as optimizing end-to-end latency, are often in conflict with the objectives of traffic engineering in the native layer, which is concerned about balancing load. In our work, we build on past research that has investigated the recurring non-cooperative interaction between overlay routing and traffic engineering, and develop strategies that improve thedoi:10.1109/tnet.2009.2018280 fatcat:vz54pbkgwraw7fexsiirhr6vge