Routing and Admission Control in General Topology Networks with Poisson Arrivals

@inproceedings{Kamath1996RoutingAA,
  title={Routing and Admission Control in General Topology Networks with Poisson Arrivals},
  author={Anil Kamath and Omri Palmon and Serge A. Plotkin},
  booktitle={SODA},
  year={1996}
}
Emerging high speed networks will carry tra c for services such as video-on-demand and video teleconferencing { that require resource reservation along the path on which the tra c is sent. High bandwidth-delay product of these networks prevents circuit rerouting, i.e. once a circuit is routed on a certain path, the bandwidth taken by this circuit remains unavailable for the duration (holding time) of this circuit. As a result, such networks will need e ective routing and admission control… CONTINUE READING
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