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  • Modeling physical-layer impairments in multi-domain optical networks 

    Yannuzzi, Marcelo; Marín Tordera, Eva; Serral Gracià, René; Masip Bruin, Xavier; González de Dios, Óscar; Jimenez Chico, Javier; Verchere, Dominique (IEEE Computer Society Publications, 2011)
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    The advantages of optical transparency are still confined to the boundaries of a domain, since the optical signals are subject to O/E/O conversions at the border nodes that separate two optical domains. The extension ...
  • Routing protocol enhancements for power state engineering of green network elements 

    Verchere, Dominique; Morea, Annalisa; Spadaro, Salvatore; Le Sauze, Nicolas (IEEE, 2012)
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    A routing protocol is enhanced to advertise the power state of node interfaces for wavelength switched optical networks to allow tuning the power consumption according to the data traffic demands. By engineering the different ...
  • The NOBEL2 approach to resilience in future transport networks 

    Chandrakhumar, V; González de Dios, Óscar; Fernández Palacios, Juan Pedro; Gruenzinger, R; Perelló Muntan, Jordi; Spadaro, Salvatore; Svinnset, I. E.; Zouganeli, E; Cholda, P; Jajszczyk, Andrzej; Wajda, Krzysztof; Verchere, Dominique (IEEE, 2008)
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    IST project NOBEL2 results on resilience strategies for next-generation optical transport networks are presented, paving the way towards cost-effective, scalable and easy-to-maintain multi-service network architectures.