Stochastic analysis of finite population bufferless multiplexing in optical packet/burst switching systems

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2007
Authors
Akar, N.
Gunalay, Y.
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IEICE Transactions on Communications
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0916-8516
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1745-1345
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Denshi Jouhou Tsuushin Gakkai,Institute of Electronics Information and Communication Engineers
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E90-B
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2
Pages
342 - 345
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English
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In this letter, we study the blocking probabilities in an asynchronous optical packet/burst switching system with full wavelength conversion. Most of the existing work use Poisson traffic models that is well-suited for an infinite population of users. In this letter, the optical packet traffic arriving at the switching system is modeled through a superposition of a finite number of identical on-off sources. We propose a block tridiagonal LU factorization algorithm to efficiently solve the two dimensional Markov chain that arises in the modeling of the switching system.

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