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Focuses on current progress of optical communications and networking
Reflects the current progress on optical technology
Provides tutorials on recent topics in optical networking to researchers
Contains proposals and solutions as examples to engineering
Covers wide a range of issues relevant to optical networks
Optical communication networks have played and will continue to play a prominent role in the development and deployment of communication network infrastructures. New optical systems and protocols will enable next generation optical networks to meet the diverse requirements from a wide range of new applications and services. Optical networks have evolved to become more flexible, intelligent and reliable. New optical switching architectures, technologies, and sophisticated control and management protocols have already enabled optical networks to be used not only in the core but also the metropolitan and access networks. The widespread deployment of optical communication networks will continue to have a big impact on our future lifestyle. Current Research Progress of Optical Networks is aimed to provide an overview on recent research progresses in optical networking with proposed solutions, survey and tutorials on various issues and topics in optical network technologies and services. Twelve chapters contain original research work or survey and tutorials that have the potential to shape the technologies and services of next generation optical networks.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Optical Communications and Networking - Optical Networks - Optical Technology - Quality of Service - Quality of Service (QoS) - Synchrone Digitale Hierarchie - Transmission - communication - switch
Chapter 1: A Performance Overview of Quality of Service Mechanisms in Optical Burst Switching Networks; Miroslaw Klinkowski, Davide Careglio, Josep Solé-Pareta, and Marian Marciniak Chapter 2: End-to-end Proportional differentiation over OBS networks; Pablo Jesús Argibay-Losada, Andrés Suárez-González, Manuel Fernández-Veiga, Cándido López-García Chapter 3: Markovian Analysis of a Synchronous Optical Packet Switch; Joanna Tomasik and Ivan Kotuliak Chapter 4: A Conditional Probability Approach to Performance Analysis of Optical Unslotted Bus-Based Networks; Alexandre Brandwajn, Viet Hung Nguyen, Tülin Atmaca Chapter 5: A Novel Early DBA Mechanism with Prediction-based Fair Excessive Bandwidth Allocation Scheme in EPON; I-Shyan Hwang, Zen-Der Shyu, Liang-Yu Ke and Chun-Che Chang Chapter 6: Overview of MAC Protocols for EPONs; Yongqing Zhu and Maode Ma Chapter 7: Scheduling Transmission of Multimedia Video Traffic on WDM Passive Optical Access Networks; Yang Qin and Maode Ma Chapter 8: MAC Protocols on Single-Hop Passive-Star Coupled WDM Optical Networks; Xiaohong Huang and Maode Ma Chapter 9: Efficient Traffic Grooming Scheme for WDM Networks; Y. Aneja, A. Jaekel, S. Bandyopadhyay, Y. Lu Chapter 10: Current Progress in Optical Traffic Grooming: Towards Distributed Aggregation in All-Optical WDM Networks; N. Bouabdallah Chapter 11: Guaranteed Quality of Recovery in WDM Mesh Networks; I-Shyan Hwang, I-Feng Huang and Hung-Jing Shie Chapter 12: TCP-Oriented Restoration Objectives for SONET/SDH Networks; Qiang Ye and Mike H. MacGregor