A Real-Time Hardware-Based Scheduler For Next-Generation Optical Burst Switches

@article{Anan2007ARH,
  title={A Real-Time Hardware-Based Scheduler For Next-Generation Optical Burst Switches},
  author={Muhammad T. Anan and Ghulam M. Chaudhry},
  journal={2007 IEEE International Conference on Communications},
  year={2007},
  pages={2289-2293}
}
Optical burst switching (OBS) is a promising technique for next-generation optical switching networks. In traditional OBS, an entire burst is discarded when all output wavelengths are engaged at the arrival instant of the burst. A critical design issue in OBS is how to reduce burst dropping probability as a result of slow scheduling reservation or resources contention. This paper proposes a hardware-based slotted wavelength assignment pipeline (SWAP) scheduler which integrates the merits of… CONTINUE READING

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