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Issue No.11 - November (2009 vol.20)
pp: 1626-1640
Jing Chen , University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson
Jianping Wang , City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon
Hui Yu , University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson
Si-Qing Zheng , University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson
ABSTRACT
Light-trail is proposed as a candidate to carry IP traffic over wavelength-division multiplexing optical networks given its capability of enabling high-speed provisioning and accommodating multigranularity traffic. In a light-trail, the optical shutters at the start node and the end node are configured to be in OFF state and the optical shutters at the intermediate nodes are configured to be in ON state. Thus, an optical bus is formed, allowing traffic multiplexing without the state change of any optical shutter. This, however, limits the system throughput and also makes it impossible to implement a fully distributed medium access control (MAC) protocol to assure quality of service (QoS) in a light-trail. With the recent development on ultrafast optical shutter, we propose an improved light-trail architecture, called opportunistic hyperchannel in this paper. In an opportunistic hyperchannel, an intermediate node can dynamically control its optical shutter which makes it possible to design a fully distributed QoS assuring MAC protocol. We then present a QoS assuring distributed dynamic scheduling protocol, namely, minimum source round robin (minSrcRR) protocol, for opportunistic hyperchannels. Theoretical analysis on the effectiveness of the proposed QoS assuring protocol and the worst-case delay bound are also derived in this paper. The simulation results quantitatively demonstrate the advantage of opportunistic hyperchannels and the effectiveness of minSrcRR protocol.
INDEX TERMS
Light-trail, multiaccess, packet scheduling, output queuing, MAC, protocol, algorithm, QoS, WDM, optical network, SMART network, hyperchannel.
CITATION
Jing Chen, Jianping Wang, Hui Yu, Si-Qing Zheng, "Opportunistic Optical Hyperchannel and Its Distributed QoS Assuring Access Control", IEEE Transactions on Parallel & Distributed Systems, vol.20, no. 11, pp. 1626-1640, November 2009, doi:10.1109/TPDS.2008.259
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