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Grooming of Multicast Sessions in WDM Mesh Networks ∗
Handling “sub-wavelength” traffic demands by costeffective traffic grooming in WDM networks has become prominent. We, in this paper, address the problem of routing and wavelength assignment ofExpand
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Grooming of multicast sessions in WDM ring networks
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In this paper, we address the problem of routing and wavelength assignment of multicast sessions with subwavelength traffic demands in WDM ring networks. Expand
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Grooming of multicast sessions in metropolitan WDM ring networks
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In this paper, we address the problem of routing and wavelength assignment of multicast sessions with sub-wavelength traffic demands, in the scenario of metropolitan WDM ring networks. Expand
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Dynamic Multicast Traffic Engineering in WDM Groomed Mesh Networks ∗
As the popularity of the Internet and new multicast based services like video conferencing and distance learning is gaining significant attention, the network operator’s concern to provide suchExpand
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Energy-Aware Approach for Routing Protocol by Using Centralized Control Clustering Algorithm in Wireless Sensor Networks
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Routing in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) has a primary task for data transfer from source to the sink. Expand
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Hybrid channel allocation in wireless network using evolutionary strategy
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This paper proposes a hybrid channel allocation model using an evolutionary strategy with an allocation distance to give efficient use of frequency spectrum. Expand
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Reverse scheduling approach for burst loss minimization in WDM OBS based networks
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In optical burst switched (OBS) networks burst scheduling is one of the key issue, which affects the burst loss in the optical networks. Expand
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Analysis of Effect of Different Factors on Burst Dropping Probability in Optical Burst Switching Network
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This paper studies an impact of all above mention factors on to burst dropping probability with the help of extensive simulation on NS2. Expand
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A cost effective approach for survivable multicast traffic grooming in bidirectional multiwavelength ring networks
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In this paper, we address the problem of survivable multicast traffic grooming in WDM bidirectional ring networks, we propose a node architecture based on Bidirectional Add Drop Multiplexers (BADM) to support biddirectional add/drop functionality along with traffic duplication at each node. Expand
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Scalability of M/M/c Queue based Cloud-Fog Distributed Internet of Things Middleware
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Dilip Rathod Research Scholar, Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, Research Center: Shri Guru Gobind Singhji Institute of Engineering and Technology, Under SRTM University, Nanded, Maharashtra, India. Expand
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