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This paper studies a traffic grooming in wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM) mesh networks for the SONET/SDH streams requested between node pairs. The traffic could be groomed at the access node before converting to an optical signal carried in the All-Optical network. We design a virtual topology with a given physical topology to satisfy multiple(More)
Estimating the degree of traffic congestion at run time is crucially important for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) especially when selecting travel routes. One of the challenges when using a mobile sensor (e.g. mobile phone, GPS) as source of traffic data stems from its mobility. This paper proposes a novel approach to fusing mobile data and an(More)
Restoration techniques available in the literature have not addressed their performance in terms of significant, multiple objective goals. Some of these methods have shown good performance for a single objective function. However, restoration must consider a number of objective functions. We evaluate existing models and their performance in an attempt to(More)
Reconfiguration in a Wavelength-Routed Optical Network is a process of rearranging a virtual topology to meet traffic demands that change over a period of time. This dissertation studies a series of reconfigurations corresponding to a series of changes in traffic demand matrices. A change in a virtual topology is costly in terms of traffic disruption.(More)
Real time traffic congestion degree is useful information in assisting decision making of drivers. It can also be a factor for calculating other traffic information. The congestion degree can be usually calculated on the basis of sensors installed along roads. It is possible that the sensory data can be lost due to potentially unreliable communication or(More)