Transmission-Efficient Design and Management of Wavelength-Routed Optical Networks / Edition 1

Transmission-Efficient Design and Management of Wavelength-Routed Optical Networks / Edition 1

by Maher Ali
     
 

ISBN-10: 0792375025

ISBN-13: 9780792375029

Pub. Date: 08/31/2001

Publisher: Springer US

Explores the design of optical networks, algorithms, and network protocols that take into account the non-ideal behavior of optical devices. The author proposes a power efficient design space for multicast wave-length networks, addresses the splitter placement problem, and considers the effects of power on routing and wavelength assignment. The book then departs from

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Explores the design of optical networks, algorithms, and network protocols that take into account the non-ideal behavior of optical devices. The author proposes a power efficient design space for multicast wave-length networks, addresses the splitter placement problem, and considers the effects of power on routing and wavelength assignment. The book then departs from purely transparent networks, where the signal remains in the optical domain from the source to the destination, to allow for signal regeneration at strategic locations in the network. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780792375029
Publisher:
Springer US
Publication date:
08/31/2001
Series:
Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, #637
Edition description:
2001
Pages:
216
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.02(d)

Table of Contents

List of Figuresxi
List of Tablesxix
Prefacexxiii
1Introduction1
1.1Saturated Networks1
1.2Wavelength-Routed Optical Networks2
1.3Motivation4
1.4Summary of Results5
1.5Book Outline8
Part ITransparent Networks
2Power-Efficient Design of Multicast Networks11
2.1Introduction11
2.2Power-Efficient Design Space12
2.2.1Splitter-Sharing Design12
2.2.2Splitter-Tap Continuum14
2.3Cross-Connect Architectures14
2.3.1Splitter-and-Delivery Cross-Connect14
2.3.2Multicast-Only Splitter-and-Delivery Cross-Connect15
2.3.3A Comparison Between SaD and MOSaD Architectures18
2.4Connection Establishment18
2.4.1MCRWA Problem Formulations20
2.5Simulation Results and Discussion23
2.5.1Performance Metrics23
2.5.2Experimental Setting25
2.5.3Analysis25
2.6Conclusions27
3The Splitter Placement Problem: The Static Case33
3.1Introduction34
3.2Problem Definition and Complexity Insights35
3.3Problem Formulation37
3.4Solution Approach41
3.4.1Conflict Graph42
3.4.2Genetic Algorithm for the MCRWA Problem43
3.5Splitter Placement Heuristics46
3.5.1Most-Saturated Node First (MSNF)46
3.5.2Simulated Annealing47
3.6Numerical Results and Discussions50
3.6.1Detailed Example51
3.6.2Experiment Setup52
3.6.3Experiment Metrics and Notation54
3.6.4Simulation Results54
3.7Conclusions60
4The Splitter Placement Problem: The Dynamic Case71
4.1Network Architecture71
4.2Approximate Blocking Model for Multicast Networks73
4.2.1Notation73
4.2.2Analytical Model75
4.2.3Numerical Method78
4.3Solution Approach78
4.3.1Heuristics79
4.4Numerical Results81
4.4.1Validation of Methodology81
4.4.2Discussion of Simulation Results84
4.5Conclusions84
5Routing and Wavelength Assignment with Power Considerations95
5.1Introduction96
5.1.1Motivation97
5.1.2Network and Node Architecture100
5.2Problem Formulation102
5.2.1Amplifier Gain Model102
5.2.2Device Parameters103
5.2.3Notation104
5.2.4Basic and Non-Basic Variables107
5.2.5Constraints107
5.2.6The Objective Function110
5.2.7RWA-P Problem Formulation Complexity110
5.3Two-Phase Solution Approach110
5.3.1Fixed-Alternate Mathematical Formulation112
5.3.2Data Structures and Connection Establishment114
5.3.3Smallest Gain First (SGF)115
5.3.4Genetic Algorithm116
5.4Numerical Examples122
5.5Conclusions124
Part IITranslucent Networks
6Design of a Translucent Wide-Area Network135
6.1Introduction135
6.2Motivation and Network Architecture138
6.2.1Motivation138
6.2.2Translucent Wide-Area Network139
6.3Problem Definition and Formulation142
6.3.1Problem Definition142
6.3.2Problem Formulation144
6.4Solution Approach153
6.4.1Bounds154
6.4.2Connection Establishment Algorithms156
6.5Numerical Examples159
6.5.1Detailed Examples160
6.5.2Analysis161
6.6Conclusions164
7Management of Polarization-Mode Dispersion171
7.1Introduction171
7.1.1Network and Node Architectures172
7.1.2Transmission Impairments173
7.2Protocol Description174
7.2.1Link-State Distribution176
7.2.2Constrained Routing176
7.3Simulation Results177
7.3.1Convergence of Link-State Information177
7.3.2Regeneration Requirements178
7.3.3Cost Reduction Through Smart Routing179
7.4Conclusions180
8Conclusions185
Further Research189
Appendices
Tap and Continue (TaC) Cross-Connect191
Network Topologies193
Connection Establishment Algorithm195
Network Representation File Format199
Simulation Script203
Bibliography207
Index213

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