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Resilience in multilayer networks

Piet Demeester UGent, Michaël Gryseels, Achim Autenrieth, Carlo Brianza, Laura Castagna, Giulio Signorelli, Roberto Clemente, Mauro Ravera, Andrzej Jajszczyk, Dariusz Janukowicz, et al. (1999) IEEE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE. 37(8). p.70-76
abstract
The integration of different technologies such as ATM, SDH, and WDM in multilayer transport networks raises many questions regarding the coordination of the individual network layers. Especially in the area of network survivability, much can be gained by a better alignment of the healing actions taken by different network layers in case of outages. Survivability issues encountered in a multilayer environment include, among others: how to identify the original failure cause, how to appoint for each failure a layer responsible for its healing, how to let different layers interwork, and how to provide spare resources in an efficient way.
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journal title
IEEE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE
IEEE Commun. Mag.
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37
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8
pages
70 - 76
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Article
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000081935300012
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0163-6804
DOI
10.1109/35.783128
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English
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116926
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-116926
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  abstract     = {The integration of different technologies such as ATM, SDH, and WDM in multilayer transport networks raises many questions regarding the coordination of the individual network layers. Especially in the area of network survivability, much can be gained by a better alignment of the healing actions taken by different network layers in case of outages. Survivability issues encountered in a multilayer environment include, among others: how to identify the original failure cause, how to appoint for each failure a layer responsible for its healing, how to let different layers interwork, and how to provide spare resources in an efficient way.},
  author       = {Demeester, Piet and Gryseels, Micha{\"e}l and Autenrieth, Achim and Brianza, Carlo and Castagna, Laura and Signorelli, Giulio and Clemente, Roberto and Ravera, Mauro and Jajszczyk, Andrzej and Janukowicz, Dariusz and Van Doorselaere, Kristof and Harada, Yohnosuke},
  issn         = {0163-6804},
  journal      = {IEEE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {8},
  pages        = {70--76},
  title        = {Resilience in multilayer networks},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/35.783128},
  volume       = {37},
  year         = {1999},
}

Chicago
Demeester, Piet, Michaël Gryseels, Achim Autenrieth, Carlo Brianza, Laura Castagna, Giulio Signorelli, Roberto Clemente, et al. 1999. “Resilience in Multilayer Networks.” Ieee Communications Magazine 37 (8): 70–76.
APA
Demeester, P., Gryseels, M., Autenrieth, A., Brianza, C., Castagna, L., Signorelli, G., Clemente, R., et al. (1999). Resilience in multilayer networks. IEEE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE, 37(8), 70–76.
Vancouver
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Demeester P, Gryseels M, Autenrieth A, Brianza C, Castagna L, Signorelli G, et al. Resilience in multilayer networks. IEEE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE. 1999;37(8):70–6.
MLA
Demeester, Piet, Michaël Gryseels, Achim Autenrieth, et al. “Resilience in Multilayer Networks.” IEEE COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE 37.8 (1999): 70–76. Print.