Josep Solé-Pareta

Learn More
1389-1286/$ see front matter 2008 Elsevier B.V doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2008.11.014 * Corresponding author. Address: Athens Informat Markopoulo Ave., 19002 Peania, Athens, Greece. Te E-mail addresses: sazo@ait.edu.gr, siamak@ac. molky), mklinkow@ac.upc.edu (M. Klinkowski), Marin), careglio@ac.upc.edu (D. Careglio), pareta@ac itom@ait.edu.gr (I. Tomkos). Optical(More)
In this paper promising technologies and a network architecture are presented for future Optical Packet Switched networks. The overall network concept is presented and the major choices are highlighted and compared with alternative solutions. Both long and shorter term approaches are considered as well as both the WAN and MAN parts of the network. The(More)
Nanonetworks will enable advanced applications of nanotechnology in the biomedical, industrial, environmental and military fields, by allowing integrated nano-devices to communicate and to share information. Due to the expectedly very high density of nanodevices in nanonetworks, novel Medium Access Control (MAC) protocols are needed to regulate the access(More)
This paper investigates the performance of translucent Optical Transport Networks (OTNs) under different traffic and knowledge conditions, varying from perfect knowledge to drifts and uncertainties in the physical-layer parameters. Our focus is on the regular operation of a translucent OTN, i.e., after the dimensioning and regenerator placement phase. Our(More)
A hierarchical network architecture is one of the hard recommendations stated at the Automatically Switched Optical Networks (ASON) specifications. This paper focuses on providing ASON with a hierarchical routing in order to ensure the scalability for large worldwide networks, mainly focusing on the functionality expected from GMPLS routing, such as(More)
The traffic classification problem has recently attracted the interest of both network operators and researchers. Several machine learning (ML) methods have been proposed in the literature as a promising solution to this problem. Surprisingly, very few works have studied the traffic classification problem with Sampled NetFlow data. However, Sampled NetFlow(More)
This article deals with the fundamentals and current standardization efforts for IEEE 802.17 resilient packet ring. Its special resilience features make this technology robust against outages of the network infrastructure. The goals of this article are threefold. First, the fundamentals of RPR and the standardization process carried out under the auspices(More)
Optical burst switching (OBS) control architecture considers two different models for the management of the offset time in the network. The conventional OBS (C-OBS) introduces the offset time in soft-way by delaying the transmission of the burst relative to its control packet in the edge node. Another idea for an OBS architecture (E-OBS) comes from optical(More)
Physical layer impairments accumulate as light propagates through a lightpath in the transparent optical networks. Therefore, it is possible to provision a lightpath, while its quality of transmission (QoT) does not meet the required threshold. Considering the physical layer impairments in the network planning phase gives rise to a set of offline(More)