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Traditional approaches to wavelength routing network design divide it into two separate problems: virtual topology design (VTD), in which best connections among nodes are derived from traffic demand: and routing-andwavelength assignment (RWA), in which physical paths are accommodated in the physical topology to support the requested connections. We propose an iterative linear programming approach to solve both problems jointly under multiple objectives such as congestion avoidance, fiber load and wavelength pool minimization. The solution of the VTD problem generates a request for a set of paths to be supplied by the physical topology. Physical paths are then allocated in order to minimize some objective function that is akin to a linear programming formulation.
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D. R. Assis, K., & Waldman, H. (2015). Topologia Virtual e Topologia Física de Redes Ópticas: Uma Proposta de Projeto Integrado. Journal of Communication and Information Systems, 19(2). https://doi.org/10.14209/jcis.2004.6
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