Routing optimization in IP networks utilizing additive and concave link metrics

@inproceedings{Riedl2007RoutingOI,
  title={Routing optimization in IP networks utilizing additive and concave link metrics},
  author={Anton Riedl and Dominic A. Schupke},
  booktitle={TNET},
  year={2007}
}
Routing optimization provides network operators with a powerful method for traffic engineering. Its general objective is to distribute traffic flows evenly across available network resources in order to avoid network congestion and quality of service degradation. In this paper we consider routing optimization based on conventional routing protocols where packets are forwarded hop-by-hop in a destination-based manner. Unlike other work in this area, we consider routing protocols, which are able… CONTINUE READING
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