### Table 1: Network Topology information for example networks

1995

"... In PAGE 12: ... We use here three realistic example networks which we have used in other work [33]; these example networks are extracted from an actual voice network spanning the continental US. Topological information for these example networks are given in Table1 (also see Figs. 2, 3 and 4).... ..."

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### Table 1: Network Topology information for example networks

1997

"... In PAGE 15: ... To obtain the results, we use three realistic example networks which we have used in other studies [31]; these example networks are extracted from an actual voice network spanning the continental US. Topological information for these example networks are given in Table1 (also see Figures 2, 3 and 4). [Note that in these networks a circle and a square together means that an ATM switching node is co-located (same city) with an ATM cross-connect node.... ..."

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### Table I: Network topology information for example networks

### Table 1: Network Topology information 3

1995

"... In PAGE 5: ... We use here three realistic example networks which we have used in other work [23]; these example networks are extracted from an actual voice network spanning the continental US. Topological information for these example networks are given in Table1 (also see Figures 2, 3 and 4). [Note that in these networks a circle and a square together means that an ATM switching node is co-located (same city) with an ATM cross-connect node.... ..."

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### Table I: Network topology information for example networks Parameter Names Settings

### Table 1: Network topology information node number 5 10 20 30

2004

"... In PAGE 13: ...where sp and sd are the solutions of primal problem and dual problem respectively. Table1 shows the running time and solution quality with 90% confidence interval. In all 240 test cases, the algorithm converges without difficulty.... ..."

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### Table 1 Network topology information and experimental results Node Number Link Number O-D Demand Number Duality Gap (%) Running Time (sec)

"... In PAGE 8: ...ll links in our experiments. The average link utilization is about 60% when gl equals 2. The algorithm was tested on 8 different sizes of networks, ranging from 10 nodes to 1000 nodes. Some details of the network topologies are listed in Table1 . Note that the O-D demand number shown in Table 1 includes both EF and BE demands.... In PAGE 8: ... Some details of the network topologies are listed in Table 1. Note that the O-D demand number shown in Table1 includes both EF and BE demands. To obtain confidence intervals, we generate 30 different topologies for each network size, with the same number of nodes, links, and O-D pairs.... In PAGE 8: ... A value close to zero means the solution is very close to optimal. Table1 shows the running time and Duality Gap (where a value of 0 means optimal quality) of various network sizes, expressed in terms of the 95% confidence intervals. In all 240 test cases, the algorithm converges without difficulty.... ..."