Minimum congestion traffic engineering with multi-resource constraint

@inproceedings{Park2001MinimumCT,
  title={Minimum congestion traffic engineering with multi-resource constraint},
  author={Sangkyu Park and Yetik Serbest and San-qi Li},
  booktitle={ICCCN},
  year={2001}
}
As networks evolve to carry multi-service traffic, each flow’s bandwidth requirement is getting very diverse. We notice that even though the bandwidth usage level at a certain link is not high, if the number of connections carried on the link is excessive, it should be regarded as congested. We introduce connection resource notion into the traffic engineering. By incorporating bandwidth resource notion and connection resource notion together into the problem formulation, we set up more precise… CONTINUE READING

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