Improved availability models for p-cycle-based network design

@article{Kiaei2009ImprovedAM,
  title={Improved availability models for p-cycle-based network design},
  author={Mohammad S. Kiaei and Amin Ranjbar and Caroline Rocha and Brigitte Jaumard and Chadi M. Assi},
  journal={2009 7th International Workshop on Design of Reliable Communication Networks},
  year={2009},
  pages={62-69}
}
Dual-failures are considered as the main contributors to service unavailability in p-cycle based mesh networks that are designed to withstand single failures. Methods such as post-failure reconfiguration and pre-failure provisioning of additional protection capacity have been considered to add another level of protection against dual-failures. In this paper, we present availability-aware service provisioning method in networks designed to only withstand single failures. The approach we discuss… CONTINUE READING

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