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Type: Conference paper
Title: Flow generation for IP/ATM label-switched routing over random networks
Author: Harwood, A.
Shen, H.
Citation: 15th International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium : proceedings : San Francisco, California, USA, April 23-27, 2001 / sponsored by IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Parallel Processing ; in cooperation with IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Computer Architecture, IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Distributed Processing, p. 10016.1
Publisher: IEEE
Issue Date: 2001
ISBN: 0769509908
9780769509907
Conference Name: IPDPS (Conference) (15th : 2001 : San Francisco, Calif.)
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Aaron Harwood, Hong Shen
Abstract: We address the problem of generating ATM labels which facilitates IP packet flow through the network. We define the virtual flow topology and provide a stochastic algorithm, GFLOW, that generates labels for virtual connections using periodic broadcasts providing simple and efficient robustness and oblivious execution. For a random network with N nodes of average degree đ and dimeter (-)(k), we demonstrate how our algorithm can be used to generate a mean l = 1+ (k-1) d labels at each node to provide a probability (-) 1/N that any pair of nodes will have a virtual connection between them. We show that with probability roughly 1/2 + l/2N any node may route a message along a virtual connection which terminates within an e-neighborhood of the destination, where (-)= (log _ d (N/k )) with l as stipulated. Of course the number of labels generated at each node is variable and directly relates to the cost in such a way that a network administrator can trade label space for increased performance. We provide simulation results using Matlab mathematical language interpreter that supports our analysis.
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RMID: 0020065808
DOI: 10.1109/IPDPS.2001.924947
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