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The Flexible, Dynamic Optical Layer: Myths and Realities

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The Flexible, Dynamic Optical Layer: Myths and Realities
— A dynamic optical network that adjusts quickly and automatically to changes in offered traffic load provides performance superior to that of a network of fixed, static optical connections only under certain conditions, such as a high degree of interconnectivity among the network nodes and a coarse granularity of traffic demands relative to link capacity.
Joel W. Gannett, George Clapp, Michael E. Rauch
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where GLOBECOM
Authors Joel W. Gannett, George Clapp, Michael E. Rauch
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