Fairness-aware degradation based multipath re-provisioning strategy for post-disaster telecom mesh networks

@article{Bao2016FairnessawareDB,
  title={Fairness-aware degradation based multipath re-provisioning strategy for post-disaster telecom mesh networks},
  author={Ning-Hai Bao and Massimo Tornatore and Charles U. Martel and Biswanath Mukherjee},
  journal={IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Communications and Networking},
  year={2016},
  volume={8},
  pages={441-450}
}
Resource crunch, i.e., severe reduction of network resources caused by large-scale failures or drastic traffic fluctuations, represents a crucial concern for network survivability. Under resource crunch, simply relying on preserving large amounts of redundant resources to achieve network robustness becomes difficult or even impossible. However, reactively optimizing network resources and re-provisioning disrupted and/or existing connections might be a promising solution for disaster failures… CONTINUE READING

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