Integer Programming Approaches to Access and Backbone IP Network Planning

@inproceedings{Bley2006IntegerPA,
  title={Integer Programming Approaches to Access and Backbone IP Network Planning},
  author={Andreas Bley and Thorsten Koch},
  booktitle={HPSC},
  year={2006}
}
In this article we study the problem of designing a nation-wide communication network. Such networks usually consist of an access layer, a backbone layer, and maybe several intermediate layers. The nodes of each layer must be connected to those of the next layer in a tree-like fashion. The backbone layer has to satisfy certain survivability and routing constraints. Given the node locations, the demands between them, the possible connections and hardware configurations, and various other… CONTINUE READING

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