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Design of Reservation Bit Algorithm for Optical Packet Switching and Its Impact on Reliability in NSFNET

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The performance of optical packet switching is improved in terms of reliability and it is assessed using NSFNET (National Science Foundation Network topology). A novel Reservation Bit algorithm (RB) is suggested to improve the QoS in optical packet switching networks. By applying RB, the networks can operate with minimum loss of packets in the presence of faults. Using RB, it is observed that packet loss is reduced to 40.3% and thereby packet transmission rate is improved by 4.2%. Simulation results show that reliability affects the performance of QoS in OPS networks.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2013

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  • ADVANCED SCIENCE LETTERS is an international peer-reviewed journal with a very wide-ranging coverage, consolidates research activities in all areas of (1) Physical Sciences, (2) Biological Sciences, (3) Mathematical Sciences, (4) Engineering, (5) Computer and Information Sciences, and (6) Geosciences to publish original short communications, full research papers and timely brief (mini) reviews with authors photo and biography encompassing the basic and applied research and current developments in educational aspects of these scientific areas.
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