A Path Diversity Metric for End-to-End Network

@article{Huang2007APD,
  title={A Path Diversity Metric for End-to-End Network},
  author={Song Huang and Yong Xu and Ling Zhang},
  journal={13th Pacific Rim International Symposium on Dependable Computing (PRDC 2007)},
  year={2007},
  pages={115-122}
}
Path diversity is an important index of the dependability and fault tolerance capability of networks. Most path diversity metrics are designed under an implicit hypothesis that all candidate paths for a divergence node are always equally chosen. This may not be true due to the effect of routing policy with consideration of cost or other factors. A new simple metric is proposed in this paper for path diversity measurement of end-to-end networks. An end-to-end network is firstly transformed into… CONTINUE READING

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