The tradeoff between the number of deployed p-cycles and the survivability to dual fiber duct failures

@inproceedings{Schupke2003TheTB,
  title={The tradeoff between the number of deployed p-cycles and the survivability to dual fiber duct failures},
  author={Dominic A. Schupke},
  booktitle={ICC},
  year={2003}
}
p-Cycles can attain high capacity efficiency and fast protection switching times in WDM networks. The number of deployed p-cycles and the ability to survive dual fiber duct failures are further important characteristics which are considered in a pan-European network case study. We show that the dual failure restorability and the protection capacity can vary significantly for cycle-configurations with different numbers of deployedp-cycles. I. I NTRODUCTION The p-cycle protection concept is a… CONTINUE READING

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