Shared Route Based Protection of Space Division Multiplexing Enabled Elastic Optical Networks

Sridhar Iyer: Shared Route Based Protection of Space Division Multiplexing Enabled Elastic Optical Networks. In: International Transaction on Engineering and Science (ITES), 1 (2), pp. 27-35, 2019.

Abstract

In the current work, to protect an elastic optical network based on space division multiplexing, we design a strategy, named as Shared Backup Route Protection for Multi Core network (SBRP-f-MCN), which is based on the shared backup mechanism and that generates the working and the secondary routes in a dynamic manner. The proposed SBRP-f MCN strategy is compared to our previously designed Failure Independent Path Protecting-p-cycle for Multiple Core Network (FIPP-p-cycles-MCN) strategy and the existing Shared Route with assignment of Core and Spectrum (SR-w-a-CS) strategy. To compare the aforementioned strategies we consider realistic assumptions, topologies and parameters, and variations in the traffic load values. The obtained results make it evident that compared to both, the FIPP-p-cycles-MCN and the SR-w-a-CS strategies; the proposed SBRP-f-MCN strategy is able to provision complete protection against individual failures simultaneously incurring low overhead.

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@article{ITG_461,
title = {Shared Route Based Protection of Space Division Multiplexing Enabled Elastic Optical Networks},
author = {Sridhar Iyer},
url = {https://www.itgjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/ITG_461.pdf},
year  = {2019},
date = {2019-01-25},
journal = {International Transaction on Engineering and Science (ITES)},
volume = {1},
number = {2},
pages = {27-35},
abstract = {In the current work, to protect an elastic optical network based on space division multiplexing, we design a strategy, named as Shared Backup Route Protection for Multi Core network (SBRP-f-MCN), which is based on the shared backup mechanism and that generates the working and the secondary routes in a dynamic manner. The proposed SBRP-f MCN strategy is compared to our previously designed Failure Independent Path Protecting-p-cycle for Multiple Core Network (FIPP-p-cycles-MCN) strategy and the existing Shared Route with assignment of Core and Spectrum (SR-w-a-CS) strategy. To compare the aforementioned strategies we consider realistic assumptions, topologies and parameters, and variations in the traffic load values. The obtained results make it evident that compared to both, the FIPP-p-cycles-MCN and the SR-w-a-CS strategies; the proposed SBRP-f-MCN strategy is able to provision complete protection against individual failures simultaneously incurring low overhead.},
keywords = {ITES, Volume 1 Issue 2},
pubstate = {published},
tppubtype = {article}
}

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