Identification of Faulty Links in Dynamic-Routed Networks

  title={Identification of Faulty Links in Dynamic-Routed Networks},
  author={Clark Wang and Mischa Schwartz},
  journal={IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications},
In this paper, we present a maximum a posteriori method to identify faulty links in a communication network. A designated network node with management responsibilities determines a fault has occurred due to its inability to communicate with certain other nodes. Given this information as well as the information that it can communicate with another specified set of nodes, one would like to identify as quickly as possible a ranked list of the most probable failed network links. We also indicate… CONTINUE READING
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