26 September 2016 Bandwidth-allocated algorithm modeled with matrix theory for traffic-orientated multisubsystem-based virtual passive optical network in metro-access optical network
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In a metro-access optical network, a bandwidth-allocated algorithm is proposed for traffic-orientated multisubsystem-based virtual passive optical network (MS-VPON) that can implement the syncretism of multiple systems such as time division multiplexing-PON (TDM-PON), wavelength division multiplexing-PON (WDM-PON), and orthogonal frequency division multiplexing-PON (OFDM-PON). VPONs are constructed based on traffic and different VPONs are separated by different types of traffic. The bandwidth-allocated algorithm is modeled with a matrix theory to determine which VPON can be admitted and then a bandwidth is assigned to these VPONs. With the algorithm, the network value can be maximized. Two cases are investigated to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm in the bandwidth-utilized ratio and VPONs’ admission probability.
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Weidong Xia, Weidong Xia, Chaoqin Gan, Chaoqin Gan, Bingqin Chen, Bingqin Chen, Weilun Xie, Weilun Xie, YuChao Zhang, YuChao Zhang, Kaiyu Gou, Kaiyu Gou, } "Bandwidth-allocated algorithm modeled with matrix theory for traffic-orientated multisubsystem-based virtual passive optical network in metro-access optical network," Optical Engineering 55(9), 096111 (26 September 2016). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.55.9.096111 . Submission:
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