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Journal of Information Science and Engineering, Vol. 36 No. 1, pp. 109-125


Delay-Variation Constrained Spectrum Extraction and Contraction Problem for Multipath Routing on Elastic Optical Networks


DER-RONG DIN
Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering
National Changhua University of Education
Changhua City, 500 Taiwan
E-mail: deron@cc.ncue.edu.tw


The bandwidth requirement of an end-to-end request between the source and destination nodes varies dynamically with time (denoted as time-varying traffic). For serving timevarying traffic on an elastic optical network (EON), the frequency spectrum allocated for the request can be expanded or contracted to meet the bandwidth requirement. Multipath routing can reduce the blocking probability of requests for EONs, but the delay-variation between these lightpaths should be considered when establishes these lightpaths. In this paper, the Delay-Variation Constrained Spectrum Expansion and Contraction Problem (DVCSECP) for multipath routing on EONs is studied with time-varying traffic. The expansion/contraction algorithms and several path-selecting policies (PSPs) are proposed to solve this problem. Simulations show that the proposed algorithms can achieve good results.


Keywords: spectrum expansion and contraction, delay-variation, elastic optical network, multi-path routing, time-varying traffic

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