Subrata Banerjee

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We consider the problem of routing and assignment of wavelength (RAW) in optical networks. Given a set of requests for all-optical connections (or lightpaths), the problem is to [a)find routes from the source nodes to their respective destination nodes, and [ b) assign wavelengths to these routes. Since the number of wavelengths is limited , lightpaths(More)
This paper deals with the distributed queue dual bus (DQDB) (IEEE 802.6) network, and makes two independent contributions. First, the unfairness problem of DQDB is addressed, and several alternative solutions that can improve the network's fairness are proposed. They include (1) the proportional assignment scheme (PR); (2) the (multiple-request)(More)
A new, fault-tolerant, scalable, and, modular virtual topology for lightwave networks employing wavelength division multiplexing is proposed. The proposed architecture is based on hypercube connected ring structure that enjoys the rich topological properties of hypercube, but it also overcomes one of its drawback. In a hypercube, the nodal degree increases(More)
The capabilities of emerging optical technology, viz. dense wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) and tunable optical transmitters and receivers (transceivers) can be exploited to construct lightwave networks , as follows. First, by employing WDM, the huge optical bandwidth (in the order of Terahertz) is partitioned into a number of smaller capacity(More)
We consider the problem of designing logical optical network topology for a given physical topology (or fiber layout) and a given traffic demand matrix between the end-users. Traffic between the end-users is carried in a packet-switched form and the objective of our logical topology design is to minimize the maximum congestion on the logical links in the(More)