Bandwidth calendaring: Dynamic services scheduling over Software Defined Networks


Software Defined Networking enables centralized network control and hence paves the way for new services that use network resources more efficiently. Bandwidth Calendaring (BWC) is a typical such example that exploits the knowledge of future to optimally pack the arising demands over the network. In this paper, we consider a generic BWC instance, where a… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ICC.2016.7510888


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