José Augusto Suruagy Monteiro

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— Minimum Interference Routing is instrumental to MPLS Traffic Engineering under realistic assumptions of unknown traffic demand. This work presents a new algorithm for minimum interference routing, called Light Minimum Interference Routing (LMIR). This algorithm introduces a new approach for critical link identification that reduces the computational(More)
Minimum Interference Routing algorithms are designed to reduce rejections of future requests for the establishment of Label Switched Paths (LSPs) but make no assumption about specific patterns of arrival request. This paper introduces a novel minimum interference routing algorithm, Light Minimum Interference Routing (LMIR), which is based on a new approach(More)
In emerging network technologies designed to support a variety of services, it is common to find that the packet switching service is implemented on top of a facility network. For example, in typical narrowband ISDN architectures, the packet switches installed a t some of the central offices (CO's) a r e interconnected with trunks derived from an underlying(More)
Virtual and/or experimental networks capable of supporting an entire new set of applications and services (Future Internet, Grids, Cloud Computing, other) use, typically, different Control and Monitoring Frameworks (CMFs). This poster addresses the multiple federated CMFs instrumentation and measurement problems. A monitoring architecture (FIBRE-BR I&M(More)
The Video on Demand service is expected to become one of the most popular ooerings with the introduction of multimedia ATM networks. Several options are available for the support of such service. In this paper we investigate an approach which exploits ATM Virtual Private Networks. We use a Token Protocol and Fast Resource Reservations to achieve good(More)