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International conference on Networking and Services (ICNS'06) (2006)
Silicon Valley, California, USA
July 16, 2006 to July 18, 2006
ISBN: 0-7695-2622-5
pp: 63
Marc De Leenheer , Ghent University - IBBT - IMEC
Farid Farahmand , Central Connecticut State University
Kejie Lu , University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez
Tao Zhang , New York Institute of Technology Old Westbury
Pieter Thysebaert , Ghent University - IBBT - IMEC
Bruno Volckaert , Ghent University - IBBT - IMEC
Filip De Turck , Ghent University - IBBT - IMEC
Bart Dhoedt , Ghent University - IBBT - IMEC
Piet Demeester , Ghent University - IBBT - IMEC
Jason P. Jue , University of Texas at Dallas
In this paper we consider implementing optical burst switching as a technology for building Grids with computationally intensive requirements. This architecture has been referred to as Grid-over-OBS (GoOBS). First, we briefly describe the proposed layered Grid architecture and show how OBS can be positioned within the Grid architecture. Then, we present a generic framework for anycast routing in the context of GoOBS when requests don?t have an explicit destination address and they can be serviced by any appropriate Grid resource. We also develop several algorithms to support anycasting when only a single copy of a request is transmitted. Through simulation analysis, we show the performance of our anycast algorithms and compare them with traditional shortestpath unicast routing in which all jobs have specific addresses. Our performance analysis focuses on blocking probability of requests and average end-to-end delay.

K. Lu et al., "Anycast Algorithms Supporting Optical Burst Switched Grid Networks," 2006 International Conference on Networking and Services(ICNS), Slicon Valley, CA, 2006, pp. 63.
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