Abstract

We present two routing algorithms based on deflection and convergence, which are able to provide high bandwidth and an ending guarantee for the end-to-end delay in a core network. We study the performance of these routing techniques by using simulations, and we prove the bounds on the delay.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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