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A study of the routing and spectrum allocation in spectrum-sliced Elastic Optical Path networks
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In OFDM-based optical networks, multiple subcarriers can be allocated to accommodate various size of traffic demands. Expand
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Detection of Faults and Attacks Including False Data Injection Attack in Smart Grid Using Kalman Filter
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By exploiting the communication infrastructure among the sensors, actuators, and control systems, attackers may compromise the security of smart grid systems, with techniques such as denial-of-service (DoS) attack, random attack, and data-injection attack. Expand
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Assembling TCP/IP packets in optical burst switched networks
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We study the performance of TCP traffic in OBS networks and in particular, the effect of assembly algorithms on TCP traffic. Expand
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A study of waveband switching with multilayer multigranular optical cross-connects
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We develop an efficient heuristic algorithm called balanced path routing with heavy-traffic first waveband assignment (BPHT) to minimize the number of ports needed in WBS networks. Expand
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Waveband switching in optical networks
  • X. Cao, Vishal Anand, C. Qiao
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Commun. Mag.
  • 1 April 2003
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The rapid advances in dense wavelength-division multiplexing technology with hundreds of wavelengths per fiber and worldwide fiber deployment have brought about a tremendous increase in the size (i.e., number of ports) of photonic cross-connects, as well as in the cost and difficulty associated with controlling such large cross- connections. Expand
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Traffic statistics and performance evaluation in optical burst switched networks
Optical burst switching (OBS) is a promising switching technology to exploit the potential benefits of optical communication and, at the same time, support statistical multiplexing of data traffic atExpand
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Towards elastic and fine-granular bandwidth allocation in spectrum-sliced optical networks
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To overcome the inefficiency of the rigid frequency allocation in traditional wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) networks, the idea of slicing the optical spectrum for elastic and flexible bandwidth allocation has attracted significant interest. Expand
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Waveband switching for dynamic traffic demands in multigranular optical networks
  • X. Cao, Vishal Anand, C. Qiao
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE/ACM Trans. Netw.
  • 2007
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We study the performance of different MG-OXC architectures in terms of the blocking probability of new lightpath requests and study the impact of port counts and traffic loads. Expand
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Multilayer versus single-layer optical cross-connect architectures for waveband switching
  • X. Cao, Vishal Anand, C. Qiao
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE INFOCOM
  • 7 March 2004
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We study two MG-OXC architectures: the single-layer and the multilayerMG-OXCs, and compare their performances with both off-line (static) and on-line traffic. Expand
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Wireless Sensor Networks: Principles and Practice
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Wireless Sensor Networks: Principles and Practice addresseseverything product developers and technicians need to know to navigate the field in 2010. Expand
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