Reservation of Lightpaths in Optical-Network-Based Grids

  title={Reservation of Lightpaths in Optical-Network-Based Grids},
  author={Silvia Figueira and Neena R. Kaushik and Sumit Naiksatam and Stephen A. Chiappari and Nirdosh Bhatnagar},
Advance reservation is an important part of grid computing. It guarantees that resources will be available at a pre-determined time to participate in the execution of a grid application. The advance reservation and scheduling of optical networks are key in guaranteeing that enough bandwidth, i.e., lightpaths, will be available for an application during a predetermined interval of time. This paper studies the behavior of two algorithms developed for scheduling multiple lightpaths requested by… CONTINUE READING
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