• Title, Summary, Keyword: Path Length Priority Effect

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Hop-by-Hop Priority Increasing Scheme for Improving End-to-end Throughput in Multi-Hop OBS Networks (다중 홉 광 버스트 교환망에서 종단간 수율 향상을 위한 홉 단위 우선 순위 증가 기법)

  • 김병철;조유제
    • Journal of the Institute of Electronics Engineers of Korea TC
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    • v.40 no.10
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    • pp.35-42
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    • 2003
  • In this paper, we classified the wavelength reservation mechanisms of optical burst switching (OBS), and investigated the path length priority effect of the offset time/delayed reservation (OT/DR)-based scheme like the just-enough-time (JET) protocol. And, we showed that the fiber delay line (FDL)-based scheme can avoid the path length priority effect in multiple hop network environments. Also, we proposed a novel FDL/DR with hop-by-hop priority increasing (HPI) scheme which can improve the end-to-end throughput by increasing the priority of bursts hop-by-hop using the input FDLs at each node. The simulation results showed that the proposed FDL/DR with HPI scheme could avoid the path length priority effect and enhance the end-to-end throughput in multiple hop network environments.