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## A performance study of an optical burst switched network with dynamic simultaneous link possesion (2006)

Venue: | special issue on Optical Networks of the Computer Networks Journal |

Citations: | 5 - 2 self |

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Citation Context ...ate matrix for sub-system i and (4.6) is the normalization condition, ei = (1, 1, ..., 1) T . This system of linear equations is solved using the forward or backwards Gauss-Seidel method (see Stewart =-=[20]-=-). 4.1.1 Rate Matrix Generation In order to find the steady-state probability vectors, we need to generate the rate matrix Qi, 1 ≤ i ≤ 4, for each sub-system. Below, we show in details how Q1 is gener... |

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Citation Context ...esired output port. Therefore, the calculation of the burst loss probability is an important measure of the performance of an OBS network. The more popular OBS protocols such as Just-Enough-Time(JET) =-=[2]-=-, Just-In-Time (JIT) [3, 4] and Horizon [5] all use this one-way signaling scheme but employ different resource scheduling algorithms. The performance of these OBS protocols has been studied both thro... |

201 | Control architecture in optical burst-switched
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Citation Context ...ion of the burst loss probability is an important measure of the performance of an OBS network. The more popular OBS protocols such as Just-Enough-Time(JET) [2], Just-In-Time (JIT) [3, 4] and Horizon =-=[5]-=- all use this one-way signaling scheme but employ different resource scheduling algorithms. The performance of these OBS protocols has been studied both through simulation and analytical models. The a... |

137 | QoS Performance of Optical Burst Switching in IP-Over-WDM Networks,”
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Citation Context ...s has been studied both through simulation and analytical models. The analytical studies mostly focus on a single output port of an OBS node and assume Poisson arrivals and full wavelength conversion =-=[6, 7, 8]-=-. Since these studies assume no buffers, the OBS output port is modeled as an M/G/W loss system, where W is the number of wavelengths, and the Erlang-B formula is used to calculate the burst loss prob... |

129 | Just-in-time signaling for WDM optical burst switching networks,”
- Wei, McFarland
- 2000
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Citation Context ...efore, the calculation of the burst loss probability is an important measure of the performance of an OBS network. The more popular OBS protocols such as Just-Enough-Time(JET) [2], Just-In-Time (JIT) =-=[3, 4]-=- and Horizon [5] all use this one-way signaling scheme but employ different resource scheduling algorithms. The performance of these OBS protocols has been studied both through simulation and analytic... |

90 | Evaluation of reservation mechanisms for optical burst switching.”
- DOLZER, GAUGER, et al.
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Citation Context ...s has been studied both through simulation and analytical models. The analytical studies mostly focus on a single output port of an OBS node and assume Poisson arrivals and full wavelength conversion =-=[6, 7, 8]-=-. Since these studies assume no buffers, the OBS output port is modeled as an M/G/W loss system, where W is the number of wavelengths, and the Erlang-B formula is used to calculate the burst loss prob... |

57 | An Introduction to Optical Burst Switching”
- TzvetelinaBattestilli, Perros
- 2003
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Citation Context ... high network adaptability and scalability, which makes it quite suitable for the transmission of bursty traffic. Even though the term OBS is used to describe a variety of architectures and protocols =-=[1]-=-, there are some definitive characteristics. Most importantly, in OBS the data and the corresponding control information are transmitted separately in time and space through the network. The data in O... |

49 | Analysis of a dynamically wavelength-routed optical burst switched network architecture.
- Düser, Bayvel
- 2002
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Citation Context ...with ON-OFF arrivals [12] and Poisson arrivals [13]. OBS with QoS classes has been investigated in [14, 7] and an OBS architecture with centralized-signaling and guaranteed QoS classes is proposed in =-=[15]-=-. Note that all of the previously cited analytical models focus on a single OBS node. These models provide a limited insight about the overall performance of an OBS network. To our knowledge, the only... |

37 | Performance Evaluation of a New Technique for IP Support in a WDM Optical network: Optical composite Burst Switching (OCBS).
- Detti, Vramo, et al.
- 2002
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Citation Context ...he optical composite burst switching (OCBS), where in case of contention only the initial part of the burst is dropped until a free wavelength becomes available, has been studied with ON-OFF arrivals =-=[12]-=- and Poisson arrivals [13]. OBS with QoS classes has been investigated in [14, 7] and an OBS architecture with centralized-signaling and guaranteed QoS classes is proposed in [15]. Note that all of th... |

36 | Performance analyses of optical burst switching networks,”
- Rosberg, Vu, et al.
- 2003
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Citation Context ...cus on a single OBS node. These models provide a limited insight about the overall performance of an OBS network. To our knowledge, the only published analytical model of an OBS network is the one in =-=[16]-=-, where the OBS network is modeled by a network of loss nodes, each representing a link of W wavelengths. 2sBursts are assumed to arrive in a Poisson distributed process and each burst occupies a sing... |

31 | Performance of a dynamically wavelength-routed optical burst switched network
- Düser, Bayvel
- 2002
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Citation Context ...with ON-OFF arrivals [12] and Poisson arrivals [13]. OBS with QoS classes has been investigated in [14, 7] and an OBS architecture with centralized-signaling and guaranteed QoS classes is proposed in =-=[15]-=-. Note that all of the previously cited analytical models focus on a single OBS node. These models provide a limited insight about the overall performance of an OBS network. To our knowledge, the only... |

30 |
Blocking probability for priority classes in optical burst switching networks”,
- Vu, Zukerman
- 2002
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Citation Context ...s has been studied both through simulation and analytical models. The analytical studies mostly focus on a single output port of an OBS node and assume Poisson arrivals and full wavelength conversion =-=[6, 7, 8]-=-. Since these studies assume no buffers, the OBS output port is modeled as an M/G/W loss system, where W is the number of wavelengths, and the Erlang-B formula is used to calculate the burst loss prob... |

15 | A New Performance Model of Optical Burst Switching with Fiber Delay
- Lu, Mark
- 2003
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Citation Context ...s modeled as an M/G/W loss system, where W is the number of wavelengths, and the Erlang-B formula is used to calculate the burst loss probability. There are also studies of OBS with fiber delay lines =-=[9, 7]-=- or deflection routing [10, 11]. The optical composite burst switching (OCBS), where in case of contention only the initial part of the burst is dropped until a free wavelength becomes available, has ... |

15 |
Call blocking probabilities in a traffic groomed tandem optical network
- Washington, Perros
- 2004
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Citation Context ...ts at previous links. This solution technique ignores the fact that the wavelength along the path are allocated and released dynamically. It has a good accuracy when the traffic load is extremely low =-=[17]-=-. In reality, however, a burst does not hold wavelengths on all links along its source-destination path. Bursts vary in size and the distance between two adjacent nodes also varies depending on the ne... |

10 | Performance analysis of optical composite burst switching
- Neuts, Vu, et al.
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Citation Context ... switching (OCBS), where in case of contention only the initial part of the burst is dropped until a free wavelength becomes available, has been studied with ON-OFF arrivals [12] and Poisson arrivals =-=[13]-=-. OBS with QoS classes has been investigated in [14, 7] and an OBS architecture with centralized-signaling and guaranteed QoS classes is proposed in [15]. Note that all of the previously cited analyti... |

9 | Rouskas, “Performance analysis of an edge optical burst switching node with a large number of wavelengths
- Xu, Perros, et al.
- 2003
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Citation Context ...efore, the calculation of the burst loss probability is an important measure of the performance of an OBS network. The more popular OBS protocols such as Just-Enough-Time(JET) [2], Just-In-Time (JIT) =-=[3, 4]-=- and Horizon [5] all use this one-way signaling scheme but employ different resource scheduling algorithms. The performance of these OBS protocols has been studied both through simulation and analytic... |

7 |
On the deflection routing in QoS supported optical burst-switched networks. In:
- Hsu, Liu
- 2002
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Citation Context ...stem, where W is the number of wavelengths, and the Erlang-B formula is used to calculate the burst loss probability. There are also studies of OBS with fiber delay lines [9, 7] or deflection routing =-=[10, 11]-=-. The optical composite burst switching (OCBS), where in case of contention only the initial part of the burst is dropped until a free wavelength becomes available, has been studied with ON-OFF arriva... |

4 |
Chunming Qiao. Performance analysis of optical burst switched node with deflection routing
- Chen, Wu, et al.
- 2003
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Citation Context ...stem, where W is the number of wavelengths, and the Erlang-B formula is used to calculate the burst loss probability. There are also studies of OBS with fiber delay lines [9, 7] or deflection routing =-=[10, 11]-=-. The optical composite burst switching (OCBS), where in case of contention only the initial part of the burst is dropped until a free wavelength becomes available, has been studied with ON-OFF arriva... |

4 | End-to-end burst loss probabilities in an OBS network with simultaneous link possession
- Battestilli, Perros
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Citation Context ...ew burst can not arrive into the network until the previous burst is completely transmitted. In an earlier version of this work, we studied an OBS network, where all bursts occupied exactly two links =-=[19]-=-. The remainder of this paper is organized as follows. In Section 2, we describe the OBS network under study and in Section 3, we present a queueing network model of it and we describe the burst arriv... |

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Study of a U.S. metropolitan network: scenarios, equipment, requirements, and implications for the carriers
- Madamopoulos, Vaughn, et al.
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Citation Context ...upy only a single link at any time. However, in a metropolitan area network (MAN) the nodes are closer to each other and bursts may occupy more than one link a the same time. As shown by the study in =-=[18]-=-, in an U.S. MAN of ∼3600 km 2 the core rings have a a circumference of 50-250 km and are made of several OXCs connected by short links. In one of the scenarios, the circumference of a core ring is on... |