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A composition arranges available services resulting in a defined flow of tasks. A discovery process identifies the suitable candidate services for a composition. A subsequent selection process chooses the optimal candidate for each task. The selection process can consider - if supported - different quality-of-service (QoS) categories of the individual(More)
Both the OIF and IETF inter-domain interfaces for control plane enabled networks are based on GMPLS protocols. OIF interfaces include ITU-T/ASON specic extensions, resulting in interoperability issues. Moreover, the connection services considered by the OIF are focused on SONET/SDH, OTN (i.e., G.709)and Ethernet, but do not consider lambda services for(More)
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