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The paper proposes a priority-aware MAC (Medium Access Control) protocol for a core metropolitan area network in the next generation Internet, which is an OPS (Optical Packet Switch) network that all-optically and directly transfers IP packets over a WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing) ring...
In this paper, we propose a novel improved architecture of Optical Burst-Switched Networks, called Reliable Optical Burst Switching (ROBS), which introduces congestion control and retransmission mechanisms of TCP to OBS layer. Design issues of edge and core nodes for ROBS networks are both...
This paper defines a new multi-layered architecture for supporting optical burst switching (OBS) in an optical core network. The architecture takes into account both the control plane as well as the data plane. The paper describes the functionality and the primary protocols that are required at...
In this paper, we propose two hypercube-based, off-chip interconnect architectures, called 3D-interconnects, to communicate between processing elements and memory modules located on network linecards. Our main goal is to increase the throughput of the memory system since most currently deployed...
In this study, the performance of virtual cut-through switching in the cube-based OTIS architecture, an optoelectronic interconnection architecture for multicomputer systems, is empirically analyzed. Deadlock-free deterministic and adaptive minimal path routing algorithms for this architecture...
In this paper we investigate traffic engineering for fault restoration techniques in Multiprotocol Label Switching networks carrying QoS and best effort traffic. We consider off-line computation of the working and backup paths for the QoS traffic as well as the paths for the best effort traffic....
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