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Bandwidth Consumption in Multipath Resilience Networks
Citation key M-BCMRN-03
Author Mühlbauer, Wolfgang and Wimmer, Matthias
Year 2003
Address Munich, Germany
Month August
Note (Interdisziplinary project for master thesis)
School Technische Universität München
Abstract Different resilience schemes are available for implementation in a network, that have different characteristics of reaction speed and needed network capacity. To maximize the capacity a network provider is able to sell, a protection scheme has to be selected, that offers the most capacity while not exceeding the maximum acceptable reaction time. In this project software had to be implemented, that calculates the bandwidth usage of different recovery schemes, and the results had to be compared. A working implementation has been build, that is able to calculate small networks and medium networks, if the number of paths considered for the solution is limited. Accurate computations of bigger networks seem not to be possible with todays computer hardware as the memory requirements are increasing exponentially with the size of the given network.
Bibtex Type of Publication Interdisziplinäres Projekt
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