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8 February 2005 A proposal to gain fairness in the IP/WDM metro-ring by two home-wavelengths round-robin
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A novel two home-wavelengths Round-Robin (THWRR) wavelength assignment scheme is proposed to achieve data delivery fairness for a slotted IP/WDM metro ring. According to our simulation, THWRR works well on achieving traffic delivery fairness across all access nodes in the ring. Furthermore, when working together with an additional fixed-tuned transmitter, THWRR is able to gain significant improvement both on fairness and delivery capacity.
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Chunhua Wang, Fengqin Li, and Li Li "A proposal to gain fairness in the IP/WDM metro-ring by two home-wavelengths round-robin", Proc. SPIE 5626, Network Architectures, Management, and Applications II, (8 February 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.575761
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