Abstract

The traditional approach in analyzing network reliability is to determine end-to-end availability for a few reference connections. A major benefit of this approach is a reduction in computation time. This approach is valid for the traditional electrical telecommunication network because major failure contributions generally come from the station (or node) equipment boxes.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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