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DRCN 2005). Proceedings.5th International Workshop on Design of Reliable Communication Networks, 2005.

16-19 Oct. 2005

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  • 5th International Workshop on Design of Reliable Communication Networks

    Publication Year: 2005
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  • The 5th International Workshop on Design of Reliable Communication Networks

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  • Message from the Chair

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  • About the conference

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  • Committees

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  • List of reviewers

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  • List of authors

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  • Program at-a-glance

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  • Contents

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  • Next generation networks for tomorrow's services

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  • Resiliency: the balancing act

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  • [Breaker page]

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  • Time constraints in an OTN semi-automatic control system

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    Studies concerning G-MPLS based optical networks have often so far neglected the effects of control procedures on the system performance: in path provisioning, in particular, set-up and tear-down of an optical circuit have been modelled as ideal events occurring instantaneously. Actually, the state-of-the-art optical networks are often equipped by semi- or nonautomatic control systems, characteriz... View full abstract»

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  • Lightpath rerouting for differentiated services in WDM all-optical networks

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    Lightpath rerouting is a viable and cost effective solution to improve the network throughput conditioned by the wavelength continuity constraint in all-optical networks. Two traffic classes have been considered referred to as scheduled lightpath demands (SLDs) and random lightpath demands (RLDs). SLDs correspond to high priority traffic whereas RLDs correspond to best effort traffic. An incoming ... View full abstract»

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  • On optimal survivability design in WDM optical networks under a scheduled traffic model

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    We study the optimal survivability design problem under a scheduled traffic model in wavelength convertible WDM optical mesh networks. In this model, a set of demands is given, and the setup time and teardown time of a demand are known in advance. We formulate the joint routing and wavelength assignment problems into integer linear programs that maximally exploit network resource reuse in both spa... View full abstract»

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  • An approach for dynamic optical transport network planning and analysis

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    In this paper, a method for planning and analyzing a dynamic optical transport network is described. The method is "event based" and a relative time scale is adopted. Events include setting up/tearing down optical channels and failure/restoration of network elements. Each connection demand is characterized by its own type of protection, routing strategy and priority, independently of the correspon... View full abstract»

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  • [Breaker page]

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  • On-line restoration for multi-path routing

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  • Simulation and comparison of path restoration techniques in SDH mesh networks

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  • CAIP: a restoration routing architecture for DiffServ aware MPLS traffic engineering

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    The authors proposed an architecture for MPLS restoration routing of DiffServ traffic. This architecture, namely per class aggregate information with preemption (CAIP), facilitates provisioning of two key QoS features for multimedia traffic: prioritized guaranteed bandwidth and fast restoration in the event of an element failure. The CAIP architecture is scalable and requires propagating only per-... View full abstract»

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  • Effective resilience design for recovery time restricted applications

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    The idea that is discussed in this paper is a possible solution, which allows that the shared capacity oriented restoration scheme can be tailored according to the recovery time requirement of the delay sensitive applications, thus the efficient resource usage can be optimized under a recovery time constraint. This paper seems to be interesting, especially as an introduction for people that would ... View full abstract»

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  • [Breaker page]

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