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|Title:||Performance analysis of a data-driven quality-of-transmission decision approach on a dynamic multicast- capable metro optical network||Authors:||Panayiotou, Tania
Chatzis, Sotirios P.
|Keywords:||All optical networks;Multicast routing;Quality of transmission;Neural networks||Category:||Electrical Engineering - Electronic Engineering - Information Engineering||Field:||Engineering and Technology||Issue Date:||1-Jan-2017||Publisher:||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.||Source:||Journal of Optical Communications and Networking, 2017, Volume 9, Issue 1, Article number 7830278, Pages 98-108||metadata.dc.doi:||10.1364/JOCN.9.000098||Abstract:||The performance of a data-driven qualityof- transmission (QoT) model is investigated on a dynamic metro optical network capable of supporting both unicast and multicast connections. The data-driven QoT technique analyzes data of previous connection requests and, through a training procedure that is performed on a neural network, returns a data-driven QoT model that nearaccurately decides the QoT of the newly arriving requests. The advantages of the data-driven QoT approach over the existing Q-factor techniques are that it is self-adaptive, it is a function of data that are independent from the physical layer impairments (PLIs) eliminating the requirement of specific measurement equipment, and it does not assume the existence of a system with extensive processingandstorage capabilities. Further, it is fast in processing new data and fast in finding a near-accurateQoT model provided that such a model exists. On the contrary, existing Q-factor models lack self-adaptiveness; they are a function of the PLIs, and their evaluation requires time-consuming simulations, lab experiments, specific measurement equipment, and considerable human effort. It is shown that the data-driven QoT model exhibits a high accuracy (close to 92%-95%) in determining, during the provisioning phase, whether a connection to be established has a sufficient (or insufficient) QoT, when compared with the QoT decisions performed by the Q-factor model. It is also shown that, when sufficient wavelength capacity is available in the network, the network performance is not significantly affected when the data-driven QoT model is used for the dynamic system instead of the Q-factor model, which is an indicator that the proposed approach can efficiently replace the existing Q-factor model.||URI:||http://ktisis.cut.ac.cy/handle/10488/10076||ISSN:||19430620||Rights:||© 2009-2012 OSA.||Type:||Article|
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