Survivability of Multiple Fiber Duct Failures

@inproceedings{Schupke2001SurvivabilityOM,
  title={Survivability of Multiple Fiber Duct Failures},
  author={D. A. Schupke and Achim Autenrieth and Thorsten Fischer},
  year={2001}
}
Today's transport networks primarily assure survivability of single failures at a time. As size, integration and complexity of these networks increase, multiple failures become more probable during the operation of the system. Resilience schemes can be unable to survive certain combinations of simultaneous failures in the network. This paper deals with multiple failures of ber ducts. First, we study their signi cance in a network in Section 2. Section 3 continues with the impact of multiple… CONTINUE READING
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