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Static and dynamic approaches to modeling end-to-end routing in circuit-switched networks

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Static and dynamic approaches to modeling end-to-end routing in circuit-switched networks
We present two routing strategies, identified herein as static least loaded routing (SLLR) and dynamic least loaded routing (DLLR). Dynamic routing in circuit-switched networks has been an active research topic. The literature to date in this area has focused on how to choose the "best" alternate route for overflow traffic from a direct route, within a network setting referred to as the backbone network. The traffic type considered in the literature has typically been one with a single destination. Least loaded routing (LLR) is an example of a state-dependent routing that selects the least loaded two-link alternate route when traffic overflows from the direct route. Motivated by the development of an emerging traffic type, called multidestination traffic, whose destination is not necessarily limited to a single location, we provide two routing strategies that deal with both the routing of the multiple-destination traffic to the extended network dimension, which is referred to...
Young Lee, James M. Tien
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where TON
Authors Young Lee, James M. Tien
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