Normal View MARC View ISBD View

Cross-Layer Design in Optical Networks

by Subramaniam, Suresh.
Authors: Brandt-Pearce, Maïté.%editor. | Demeester, Piet.%editor. | Vijaya Saradhi, Chava.%editor. | SpringerLink (Online service) Series: Optical Networks, 1935-3839 ; . 15 Physical details: VI, 380 p. 155 illus., 104 illus. in color. online resource. ISBN: 1461456711 Subject(s): Engineering. | Computer Communication Networks. | Engineering design. | Engineering. | Engineering Design. | Computer Communication Networks. | Signal, Image and Speech Processing.
Tags from this library:
No tags from this library for this title.
Item type Location Call Number Status Date Due
E-Book E-Book AUM Main Library 620.0042 (Browse Shelf) Not for loan

Introduction -- A tutorial of physical layer impairments in optical networks -- Dynamic Impairment-Aware Routing and Wavelength Assignment -- Routing andWavelength Assignment in WDM Networks with Mixed Line Rates -- Considering Linear and Non-Linear Impairments in Planning WDM Networks -- Cross-Layer Control of Semi-Transparent Optical Networks under Physical-Parameter Uncertainty -- Analytical models for QoT-aware RWA performance -- Impairment-Aware Control Plane Architectures to Handle Optical Networks of the Future -- QoT-Aware Survivable Network Design.- Energy-efficient traffic engineering -- Multi-layer Protection with Integrated Routing in MPLS-over-WDM Optical Networks -- Cross-Layer Survivability -- Photonics Grids and Clouds -- Bringing Optical Network Control to the User Facilities: Evolution of the User Controlled Light Path Provisioning Paradigm.-Cross-Layer Network Design and Control Testbeds -- Free Space Optical Wireless Network.

Optical networks have become an integral part of the communications infrastructure needed to support society’s demand for high-speed connectivity.  Cross-Layer Design in Optical Networks addresses topics in optical network design and analysis with a focus on physical-layer impairment awareness and network layer service requirements, essential for the implementation and management of robust scalable networks.  The cross-layer treatment includes bottom-up impacts of the physical and lambda layers, such as dispersion, noise, nonlinearity, crosstalk, dense wavelength packing, and wavelength line rates, as well as top-down approaches to handle physical-layer impairments and service requirements.

There are no comments for this item.

Log in to your account to post a comment.