In this paper, we propose two strategies for sparse regenerator placement (RP) in translucent optical networks, named most used regenerator placement (MU-RP), and most simultaneous used regenerator placement (MSU-RP). Our proposals are compared to well known RP algorithms presented in literature for two different network topologies for different network loads, distribution of load along the networks and number of translucent nodes. MSU-RP presented remarkable results and outperformed all previous approaches in all cases, while MSU-RP obtained a slightly superior or similar performance when compared to previous approaches presented in the literature.
Photonic Network Communications – Springer Journals
Published: May 11, 2012
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