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100 1  Velasco, Luis 
245 10 Provisioning, Recovery, and in-Operation Planning in 
       Elastic Optical Networks 
264  1 Newark :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,|c2017 
264  4 |c©2017 
300    1 online resource (509 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Title Page -- Table of Contents -- List of 
       Contributors -- 1 Motivation -- 1.1 Motivation -- 1.2 Book
       Outline -- 1.3 Book Itineraries -- Acknowledgment -- Part 
       I: Introduction -- 2 Background -- 2.1 Introduction to 
       Graph Theory -- 2.2 Introduction to Optimization -- 2.3 
       ILP Models and Heuristics for Routing Problems -- 2.4 
       Introduction to the Optical Technology -- 2.5 Network Life
       Cycle -- 2.6 Conclusions -- 3 The Routing and Spectrum 
       Allocation Problem -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 The RSA 
       Problem -- 3.3 ILP Formulations Based On Slice Assignment 
       -- 3.4 ILP Formulations Based On Slot Assignment -- 3.5 
       Evaluation of the ILP Formulations -- 3.6 The RMSA Problem
       -- 3.7 Conclusions -- 4 Architectures for Provisioning and
       In‐operation Planning -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 
       Architectures for Dynamic Network Operation -- 4.3 
       In‐operation Planning: Use Cases -- 4.4 Toward 
       Cloud‐Ready Transport Networks -- 4.5 Conclusions -- Part
       II: Provisioning in Single Layer Networks -- 5 Dynamic 
       Provisioning of p2p Demands -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 
       Provisioning in Transparent Networks -- 5.3 Provisioning 
       in Translucent Networks -- 5.4 Dynamic Spectrum Allocation
       Adaption -- 5.5 Conclusions -- 6 Transfer‐based 
       Datacenter Interconnection -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 
       Application Service Orchestrator -- 6.3 Routing and 
       Scheduled Spectrum Allocation -- 6.4 Conclusions -- 7 
       Provisioning Multicast and Anycast Demands -- 7.1 
       Introduction -- 7.2 Multicast Provisioning -- 7.3 Anycast 
       Provisioning -- 7.4 Conclusions -- Part III: Recovery and 
       In‐operation Planning in Single Layer Networks -- 8 
       Spectrum Defragmentation -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 
       Spectrum Reallocation and Spectrum Shifting -- 8.3 
       Spectrum Reallocation: The SPRESSO Problem -- 8.4 Spectrum
       Shifting: The SPRING Problem -- 8.5 Performance Evaluation
       -- 8.6 Experimental Assessment -- 8.7 Conclusions 
505 8  9 Restoration in the Optical Layer -- 9.1 Introduction -- 
       9.2 Bitrate Squeezing and Multipath Restoration -- 9.3 
       Modulation Format‐Aware Restoration -- 9.4 Recovering 
       Anycast Connections -- 9.5 Conclusions -- 10 
       After‐Failure‐Repair Optimization -- 10.1 Introduction -
       - 10.2 The AFRO Problem -- 10.3 Restoration and AFRO with 
       Multiple Paths -- 10.4 Experimental Validation -- 10.5 
       Conclusions -- Part IV: Multilayer Networks -- 11 Virtual 
       Network Topology Design and Reconfiguration -- 11.1 
       Introduction -- 11.2 VNT Design and Reconfiguration 
       Options -- 11.3 Static VNT Design -- 11.4 VNT 
       Reconfiguration Based on Traffic Measures -- 11.5 Results 
       -- 11.6 Conclusions -- 12 Recovery in Multilayer Networks 
       -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Path Restoration in 
       GMPLS‐Controlled Networks -- 12.3 Survivable VNT for DC 
       Synchronization -- 12.4 Conclusions -- Part V: Future 
       Trends -- 13 High Capacity Optical Networks Based on Space
       Division Multiplexing -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 SDM 
       Fibers -- 13.3 SDM Switching Paradigms -- 13.4 Resource 
       Allocation in SDM Networks -- 13.5 Impact of Traffic 
       Profile on the Performance of Spatial Sp‐Ch Switching in 
       SDM Networks -- 13.6 Impact of Spatial and Spectral 
       Granularity on the Performance of SDM Networks Based on 
       Spatial Sp‐Ch Switching -- 13.7 Conclusions -- 14 Dynamic
       Connectivity Services in Support of Future Mobile Networks
       -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 C‐RAN Requirements and CVN 
       Support -- 14.3 The CUVINET Problem -- 14.4 Illustrative 
       Numerical Results -- 14.5 Conclusions -- 15 Toward 
       Cognitive In‐operation Planning -- 15.1 Introduction -- 
       15.2 Data Analytics for Failure Localization -- 15.3 Data 
       Analytics to Model Origin-Destination Traffic -- 15.4 
       Adding Cognition to the ABNO Architecture -- 15.5 
       Conclusions -- List of Acronyms -- References -- Index -- 
       End User License Agreement 
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