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Routing in a linear lightwave network

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4 Author(s)
Bala, K. ; Bellcore, Red Bank, NJ, USA ; Stern, T.E. ; Simchi-Levi, D. ; Bala, K.

Dynamic routing of point-to-point connections in a waveband selective linear lightwave network is addressed. Linear lightwave networks are all optical networks in which only linear operations are performed on signals in a waveband selective manner. Special constraints arise because of the linearity in the linear lightwave network. The overall problem of finding a path satisfying all the routing constraints for point-to-point connections is shown to be very complex. Owing to the complexity, the overall routing problem is decomposed into several subproblems. In particular, given a request for a point-to-point connection a waveband is first chosen for the call. Two heuristics, MAXBAND which allocates the most used band to a call and another MINBAND (least used band) are studied. Then, the problem of routing in a given waveband is further divided into smaller subproblems of finding a path in the waveband, checking for feasibility of the path in the chosen waveband and channel allocation (within the waveband). For finding paths in a waveband, K-SP, BLOW-UP and MIN-INT algorithms are proposed. A recursive algorithm checks for feasibility of the path on the waveband. Two channel allocation schemes (within a single waveband) MIN and MAX are presented. Simulations show that using MAXBAND (waveband), MIN-INT (path on waveband) and MIN (channel within waveband) policies resulted in the best performance (least blocking)

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Networking, IEEE/ACM Transactions on  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

Aug 1995

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