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Wavelength Converters in Optical Networks K.R. Venugopal

Wavelength Converters in Optical Networks

K.R. Venugopal

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ISBN : 9781905740758
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162 pages
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Following on from the first and second-generation networks, which are no longer adequate, Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) has been able to meet the emerging integrated demands of the communication applications such as super-computerMoreFollowing on from the first and second-generation networks, which are no longer adequate, Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) has been able to meet the emerging integrated demands of the communication applications such as super-computer interconnect and video conferencing. Wavelength Division Multiplexing is important in supporting the needs of thousands of end-users of communications systems. Wavelength Converters in Optical Networks deals comprehensively with the third-generation networks that use WDM and includes current reviews of the relevant literature. The main themes are enhanced throughout with the use of diagrams, tables and graphs, for the clear understanding of students. This book will ably assist those studying this area. The in-depth analysis and clear presentation style illuminate the subject and will be of use for researchers and practitioners alike. Contents 1. Introduction 1.2 Network Model 1.3 Packet Switched Networks 1.4 Motivation 2. Literature Survey 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Review of Circuit Switched Networks 2.3 Review of Packet Switched Networks 2.4 Survivability and Reconfiguration 25. Network Controller 2.6 Testbeds 2.7 Summary 3. Performance Analysis of Wavelength Converters 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Blocking Probability in a Linear Chain 3.3 Impact of Wavelength Converters 3.4 Problem Definition 3.5 Network Model 3.6 Analytical Model 3.7 Algorithms 3.8 Simulation and Numerical Results 3.9 Summary 4. Placement of Wavelength Converters 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Problem Definition 4.3 Algorithms 4.4 Illustrative Examples 4.5 Genetic Algorithm for Placement of Wavelength Converters 4.6 Simulation and Numerical Results 4.7 Summary 5. Limited Wavelength Conversion 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Problem Definition 5.3 Integer Linear Programming (ILP) Model for Minimizing Wavelength Conversion 5.4 Adjacent Wavelength Conversion/Assignment 5.5 Model to Compute the Average Distortion of the Optical Signal 5.6 Algorithms 5.7 Simulation and Numerical Results 5.8 Summary 6. Routing and Wavelength Assignment in Wavelength Convertible Networks 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Problem Definition 6.3 Algorithms 6.5 Simulation and Numerical Results 6.5 Summary 7. Packet Switched Networks with Tunable Wavelength Converters 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Problem Definition 7.3 Network Model 7.4 Simulation and Numerical Results 7.5 Summary 8. Conclusions 8.1 Summary 8.2 Contributions of this Work 8.3 Future Work