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— Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is a routing protocol which is widely used in the Industry. Its functionality mainly depends on the weights assigned to the links. Given the traffic demands on a network, setting weights such that congestion can be avoided is an NP-hard problem. Optimizing these link weights leads to efficient network utilization which is… (More)

Setting weights for Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) routing protocol is an NP-hard problem. Optimizing these weights leads to less congestion in the network while utilizing link capacities efficiently. In this paper, Simulated Evolution (SimE), a non-deterministic iterative heuristic, is engineered to solve this problem. A cost function that depends on the… (More)

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