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Traffic grooming on logical topologies is an important problem in internetworking. This paper explores the use of regular topologies as possible models for the logical topology of WDM wavelength routed networks. After defining the problem, a genetic algorithm approach to designing logical topologies has been proposed. The approach has been compared to the(More)
Traffic grooming techniques are used to combine low-speed data streams onto high-speed lightpaths with the objective of minimizing the network cost, or maximizing the network throughput. In this paper, we first present an efficient integer linear program (ILP) formulation for traffic grooming on mesh WDM networks. Our formulation can be easily modified to(More)
There has been considerable research interest in the area of traffic grooming for WDM mesh networks. The vast majority of the current work can be classified into one of two categories, either static grooming or dynamic grooming. In many situations, the individual traffic demands require bandwidth at certain predefined intervals, and resources allocated to(More)
Clustering gene expression data given in terms of time-series is a challenging problem that imposes its own particular constraints, namely exchanging two or more time points is not possible as it would deliver quite different results, and also it would lead to erroneous biological conclusions. We have focused on issues related to clustering gene expression(More)