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Balancing Traffic Load Using One-Turn Rectilinear Routing
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We consider the problem of load-balanced routing, where a dense network is modelled by a continuous square region and origin and destination nodes correspond to pairs of points in that region. The objective is to define a routing policy that assigns a continuous path to each origin-destination pair while minimizing the traffic, or load, passing through any single point. While the average load is minimized by straight-line routing, such a routing policy distributes the load nonuniformly,doi:10.1007/978-3-540-79228-4_41 dblp:conf/tamc/DurocherKKN08 fatcat:yzvkormvljabtakhdskvonh3ju