Extending the Birkhoff-Von Neumann Switching Strategy to Multicast Switches

@inproceedings{Sundararajan2005ExtendingTB,
  title={Extending the Birkhoff-Von Neumann Switching Strategy to Multicast Switches},
  author={Jay Kumar Sundararajan and Supratim Deb and Muriel M{\'e}dard},
  booktitle={NETWORKING},
  year={2005}
}
The Birkhoff-von Neumann (BVN) strategy for offline switching does not support multicast, as it considers only permutation-based switch configurations. This thesis extends the BVN strategy to multicast switching. Using a graph theoretic model, we show that the capacity region for a traffic pattern is precisely the stable set polytope of the pattern's "conflict graph", in the no-fanout-splitting case. We construct examples to show that, if dynamic fanout splitting is excluded, there is no clear… CONTINUE READING

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