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Towards an Optical Internet : New Visions in Optical Network Design and Modelling. IFIP TC6 Fifth Working Conference on Optical Network Design and Modelling (ONDM 2001) February 5-7, 2001, Vienna, Austria

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In these exciting times of quotidianly progressing developments in communication techniques, where more than ever in the history of a technological progress, society's reliance on communication networks for medicine, education, data transfer, commerce, and many other endeavours dominates the human's everyday life, the optical networks are certainly one of the most promising and challenging networking options. Since their commercial arrival in the nineties, they have fundamentally changed the way of dealing with traffic engineering by removing bandwidth bottlenecks and eliminating delays. Today, after the revolutionary bandwidth expansion, the networking functionality migrates more and more to the optical layer, and the need to establish fast wavelength circuits and capacity-on-demand for the higher-layer networks, in particular data networks based on Internet Protocol (IP), has become one of the central networking issues for the new century. The unifying trends toward configurable all-optical network infrastructure open up a wide range of new network engineering and design choices dealing with networks' interoperability and common platforms for control and management. The Fifth Working Conference on Optical Network Design and Modelling, held in the Austrian capital Vienna, February 5-7, 2001, aims at presenting the most recent progress in optical communication techniques, new technologies, standardisation process, emerging markets and carriers. A short look at the Table of Contents of this book tells us, in fact, that this year's conference program reflects the current state of the art precisely.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 400 pages
  • 152.4 x 238.8 x 25.4mm | 703.08g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 2002 ed.
  • XVI, 400 p.
  • 0792375416
  • 9780792375418

Table of contents

Preface. Committees. Part One: Performance of wavelength-routed networks. Performance of Multicast Sessions in Wavelength-Routed WDM Networks; A.E. Kamal, A.K. Al-Yatama. ILP Formulation of Grooming over Wavelength Routing with Protection; T. Cinkler. Mapping of Arbitrary Traffic Demand and Network Topology on a Mesh of Rings Network; C. Mauz. A Design Method of Logical Topology for IP over WDM Networks with Stable Routing; Junichi Katou, et al. Influence of Chord Length on the Blocking Performance of Wavelength Routed Chordal Ring Networks; M.M. Freire, H.J.A. da Silva. Near Optimal Design of Lightpath Routing and Wavelength Assignment in Purely Optical WDM Networks; Hong-Hsu Yen, F. Yeong-Sung Lin. Part Two: Protection and restoration in WDM networks. An Intelligent and Mobile Agent-based Approach for Dynamic Protection Set-up in Future Optical Networks; D. Rossier-Ramuz, et al. A Framework for Service-Guaranteed Path Protection of the Optical Internet; Pin-Han Ho, H.T. Mouftah. Multiple Objective Heuristic for Ring Loading and Logical Wavelength Assignment in OCH-SPRings; R. Meersman, et al. Part Three: Optical packet and burst switching. Optical Packet Switching over Arbitrary Physical Topologies using the Manhattan Street Network: An Evolutionary Approach; O. Komolafe, et al. Packet-selective Photonic Add/Drop Multiplexer and Its Application to Ultrahigh-speed Optical Data Networkings in LAN and MAN; Ken-ichi Kitayama, Masayuki Murata. Bandwidth Utilisation and Wavelength Re-Use in WDM Optical Burst-Switched Packet Networks; M. Duser, P. Bayvel. Traffic Characterisation Using Optical Based Packet Switches with Poisson and Fractal Traffic Sources; D. Tarongi, et al. Traffic Load Bounds for OpticalBurst-Switched Networks with Dynamic Wavelength Allocation; I. de Miguel, et al. Part Four: Advances in optical network technologies. Skew Compensation in All Optical Bit Parallel WDM Systems; M.E.V. Segatto, et al. Effect of EDFA Cross-Gain Saturation on the Transmission of Packetized Burst-Mode Data over WDM; M. Karasek, M. Mennif. Influence of Intensity Noise in Spectrum-sliced WDM Systems; Mingshan Zhao, et al. OPC-TDM Network Performance Improvement by the Use of Full-scalable Optical Packet Compression/Decompression Units; S. Aleksi , et al. A Transponder for Gigabit Ethernet over WDM; D.A. Schupke, et al. Part Five: IP and WDM-based network architectures. Link and Path Asymmetry Issues in IP over WDM Transport Networks; D.A. Schupke. On Design and Architecture of an IP over WDM Optical Network Control Plane; Chunsheng Xin, et al. Analysis and Dimensioning of Interconnected Single-layer `Switchless' All-optical Networks; A. Bianco, et al. IP Differentiated Services over a WDM Passive Optical Star; J. Kuri, M. Gagnaire. Part Six: Wavelength routing and on-demand circuit provisioning. Wavelength Assignment in Optical Networks According to Traffic Requirements and Transmission Impairments; M. Moreschini, et al. Dynamic Wavelength Provisioning in DWDM-Based Optical Network; A. Shami, et al. Lightring: A Distributed and Contention-free Bandwidth On-Demand Architecture; J. Cai, A. Fumagalli. Distributed Discovery of Wavelength Paths in Multi-Service WDM Networks; G. Franzl, A. Jukan. Author Index.
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About Admela Jukan

Admela Jukan is an assistant professor with the Institute of Communication Networks at the Vienna University of Technology. She has engaged in a variety of optical network research projects, and is the author of more than 30 scientific papers in the field. She coordinates annually the IFIP Working Conference on Optical Network Design and Modelling.
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