A Performance Survey on Deflection Routing Techniques for OBS Networks

In this paper, we present a survey comparing different deflection routing based techniques applied to optical burst switching (OBS) networks. For such study we consider the E-OBS architecture proposed in [1] which is an advantageous solution for OBS networks since routing decision can be taken freely inside the network without constraints on the length of the path. Under this environment, several effective routing strategies proposed in the literature are applied, namely deflection routing, reflection routing, reflection-deflection routing and multi-topology routing. The aim of this study is to analyse all these techniques considering both asynchronous and synchronous burst arrivals and compare their benefits. Moreover, we focus on a quasi-synchronous burst arrival case (with bursts not perfectly aligned) and analyse the trade-off between performance and alignment.

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Icton: 2009 11Th International Conference On Transparent Optical Networks, Vols 1 And 2, 147-152
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11th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks, S Miguel, PORTUGAL, Jun 28-Jul 02, 2009
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