By Canhui (Sam) Ou, Biswanath Mukherjee
Survivable Optical WDM Networks investigates varied methods for designing and working an optical community with the pursuits that (1) extra connections might be carried by means of a given community, resulting in extra profit, and (2) connections can get well quicker in case of mess ups, resulting in larger providers. various networks -- wavelength-routed WDM networks, wavelength-routed WDM networks with sub-wavelength granularity grooming, and knowledge over next-generation SONET/SDH over WDM networks -- are lined. assorted techniques are proposed to discover each point of a safeguard scheme such as:
(1) safeguard granularity
a. At wavelength granularity
b. At sub-wavelength granularity
(2) safeguard entity
a. direction protection
b. Sub-path protection
c. phase protection
a. Single-path routing
b. Multi-path routing
Tradeoffs among various ambitions, e.g., source potency vs. restoration time, are explored and functional techniques are proposed and analyzed.
Canhui (Sam) Ou got a Ph.D. measure from the collage of California, Davis, in 2004. His technical pursuits contain WDM networks, MPLS, optical Ethernet, and FTTx. he's a vital Member of Technical employees at SBC Communications, Inc. He labored at dash complicated expertise Laboratories and Fujitsu Laboratories of the USA as an intern.
Biswanath Mukherjee got a Ph.D. measure from collage of Washington, Seattle, in 1987. In 1987, he joined the college of California, Davis, the place he has been Professor of laptop technological know-how considering the fact that 1995, and served as Chairman of computing device technology in the course of 1997-2000. he's writer of Optical communique Networks booklet. he's a Member of the Board of administrators of IPLocks, a Silicon Valley startup corporation. He has consulted for and served at the Technical Advisory Board of a couple of startup businesses in optical networking. His learn pursuits contain lightwave networks, community safeguard, and instant networks. Dr. Mukherjee is winner of the 2004 amazing Graduate Mentoring Award from UC Davis. He serves or has served at the Editorial forums of the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, IEEE community, ACM/Baltzer instant Networks (WINET), Photonic community Communications, and others. He additionally served as Editor-at-Large for optical networking and communications for the IEEE Communications Society. He served because the Technical application Chair of the IEEE INFOCOM’96 Conference.