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The fiber-wireless (FIWi) access network not only leverages the technical merits of wireless and optical access networks, but also provides a potential opportunity for the design of survivable access networks. Previous works have studied the survivability of FiWi access network against network component failure by means of backup fiber deployment and(More)
Cloud-integrated fiber-wireless (FiWi) networks inheriting advantages of optical and wireless access networks have a broad prospect in the future. As various component failures may occur in cloud-integrated FiWi networks, survivability is becoming one of the key important issues. It is necessary to provide survivability strategies for cloud-integrated FiWi(More)
The hybrid Wireless-Optical Broadband Access Network (WOBAN) provides a new and promising architecture for broadband access network by combining the beneficial properties of wireless and optical access technologies. To avoid huge data loss, WOBAN needs to be designed with a high availability guarantee. The purpose of this paper is to protect the Passive(More)
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