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Topology Design of Transparent Optical Networks Resilient to Multiple Node Failures
2018 10th International Workshop on Resilient Networks Design and Modeling (RNDM)
Consider the resilience of a network defined by the average 2-terminal reliability (A2TR) against a set of critical node failures. Consider an existing transparent optical network with a total fibre length L. The first goal of this paper is to assess the resiliency gap between the existing topology and a new network topology designed to maximize its resilience with the same fibre budget L. The resiliency gap gives us a measure of how good the resilience of existing network topologies are.doi:10.1109/rndm.2018.8489825 dblp:conf/rndm/BarbosaSA18 fatcat:7cewehbiibcijlgim6gdrrvf5i