Effect of delay tolerance in WDM networks with differentiated services

  title={Effect of delay tolerance in WDM networks with differentiated services},
  author={Ajmal Muhammad and Cicek Cavdar and Lena Wosinska and Robert Forchheimer},
  journal={2011 Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exposition and the National Fiber Optic Engineers Conference},
We study a dynamic WDM network supporting different service classes (SC) containing applications having similar setup delay tolerance. By utilizing delay tolerance we propose scheduling strategies able to significantly reduce blocking probability of each SC. 


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