Quality of Service Aware Call Admission Control in Cell Based Multi-Service Photonic Network

Published online: Mar 21, 2010
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DOI: 10.24138/jcomss.v6i1.194
Authors:
Marko Lacković

Abstract

The article tackles the problem of quality of service assurance in photonic networks. The idea of multi-service photonic network model with the coexistence of optical circuit and packet switching mechanisms and cell communication is used as a basis for service differentiation in the optical domain. Cell loss ratio as a key performance indicator determines the required optical switching mechanism. Service provisioning is performed using call admission control mechanism with real-time cell loss ratio estimation procedure. Service blocking probability calculation utilizes discrete event simulation of service provision and teardown requests applied to core network topology from COST 266 project. Three simulation scenarios are included in the analysis – pure optical packet switching network, and coexistence of optical packet and circuit switching with and without possibility of communication redirection between the switching mechanisms. Simulation scenarios are additionally altered with the cell loss ratio constraint and number of delay lines.

Keywords

multi-service photonic network, service provisioning, call admission control, quality of service, performance analysis
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