Principles of Safe Policy Routing Dynamics S

  • AMUEL E PSTEIN K ARIM M ATTAR I BRAHIM M ATTA
  • Published 2009

Abstract

We introduce the Dynamic Policy Routing (DPR) model that captures the propagation of route updates under arbitrary changes in topology or path preferences. DPR introduces the notion of causation chains where the route flap at one node causes a flap at the next node along the chain. Using DPR, we model the Gao-Rexford (economic) guidelines that guarantee the… (More)

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