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Optical burst switching (OBS) - a new paradigm for an Optical Internet^{1}
  • C. Qiao, M. Yoo
  • Computer Science
  • J. High Speed Networks
  • 11 March 1999
In this paper, the general concept of OBS protocols and in particular, those based on Just-Enough-Time (JET), is proposed as a way to streamline both protocols and hardware in building the future generation Optical Internet. Expand
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QoS performance of optical burst switching in IP-over-WDM networks
We address the issue of how to provide basic quality of service (QoS) in optical burst-switched WDM networks with limited fiber delay lines (FDLs). Expand
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Integrated cellular and ad hoc relaying systems: iCAR
We compare the performance of the iCAR system with conventional cellular systems in terms of the call blocking/dropping probability, throughput, and signaling overhead via analysis and simulation. Expand
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Medium access control with a dynamic duty cycle for sensor networks
We propose a sensor medium access control protocol with dynamic duty cycle, DSMAC, which achieves a good tradeoff between the two performance metrics without incurring much overhead. Expand
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Optical burst switching: a new area in optical networking research
In this tutorial, we give an introduction to optical burst switching and compare it with other existing optical switching paradigms. Expand
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Constrained multicast routing in WDM networks with sparse light splitting
We study constrained multicast routing in WDM networks with sparse light splitting, i.e., where some switches are incapable of splitting light (of copying data in the optical domain). Expand
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An effective and comprehensive approach for traffic grooming and wavelength assignment in SONET/WDM rings
In high-speed SONET rings with point-to-point WDM links, the cost of S-ADMs can be dominantly high. Expand
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Labeled optical burst switching for IP-over-WDM integration
  • C. Qiao
  • Computer Science
  • 1 September 2000
The rapid pace of development in both Internet applications and emerging optical technologies is bringing about fundamental changes in networking philosophies. Expand
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Cost Efficient Design of Survivable Virtual Infrastructure to Recover from Facility Node Failures
In this paper, we study the survivable VI mapping problem to recover from facility node failures. Expand
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Optical burst switching for service differentiation in the next-generation optical Internet
In an effort to eliminate the electronic bottleneck, new optical switches/routers (hardware) are being built for the next-generation optical Internet where IP runs over an all-optical WDM layer. Expand
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