Virtual Topology Design of Passive Star Networks using Genetic Algorithms


KIPS Transactions on Computer and Communication Systems, Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 788-798, Mar. 2000
10.3745/KIPSTE.2000.7.3.788,   PDF Download:

Abstract

We can consider the interconnection structure using WDM from two different levels, physical and virtual topologies. In the virtual topology, various channels on physical links can be established between transmitters and the receivers of the nodes. It is important to design efficient virtual topologies, because they have a benefit of performance improvement in interconnection networks depending on traffic matrices without changing physical topologies. In this paper we suggest a way to design virtual topologies that minimize average packet delays for given traffic matrices using genetic algorithms.


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[IEEE Style]
H. J. Jung, K. B. Wee, H. J. Yeh and M. P. Hong, "Virtual Topology Design of Passive Star Networks using Genetic Algorithms," KIPS Journal (1994 ~ 2000), vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 788-798, 2000. DOI: 10.3745/KIPSTE.2000.7.3.788.

[ACM Style]
Hea Jin Jung, Kyu Bum Wee, Hong Jin Yeh, and Man Pyo Hong. 2000. Virtual Topology Design of Passive Star Networks using Genetic Algorithms. KIPS Journal (1994 ~ 2000), 7, 3, (2000), 788-798. DOI: 10.3745/KIPSTE.2000.7.3.788.