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A Research Framework for the Clean-Slate Design of Next-Generation Optical Access

Kyeong Soo Kim, Joseph Kim

Fiber and Integrated Optics, Volume: 31, Issue: 2, Pages: 90 - 110

Swansea University Author: Joseph Kim

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A comprehensive research framework for a comparative analysis of candidate network architectures and protocols in the clean-slate design of next-generation optical access is proposed. The proposed research framework consists of a comparative analysis framework based on multivariate non-inferiority t...

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Published in: Fiber and Integrated Optics
ISSN: 0146-8030 1096-4681
Published: Taylor & Francis 2012
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa10561
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Abstract: A comprehensive research framework for a comparative analysis of candidate network architectures and protocols in the clean-slate design of next-generation optical access is proposed. The proposed research framework consists of a comparative analysis framework based on multivariate non-inferiority testing and a notion of equivalent circuit rate taking into account user-perceived performances and a virtualtest bed providing a complete experimental platform for the comparative analysis. The capability of the research framework is demonstrated through numerical results from the study of the elasticity of hybrid time division multiplexing/wavelength division multiplexing–passive optical network based on tunable transceivers.
Item Description: A comprehensive research framework for a comparative analysis of candidate network architectures and protocols in the clean-slate design of next-generation optical access is proposed. The proposed research framework consists of a comparative analysis framework based on multivariate non-inferiority testing and a notion of equivalent circuit rate taking into account user-perceived performances, and a virtual test bed providing a complete experimental platform for the comparative analysis. The capability of the research framework is demonstrated through numerical results from the study of the elasticity of hybrid TDM/WDM-PON based on tunable transceivers.* Impact Factor: 0.507
Keywords: next-generation optical access, comparative analysis, virtual test bed, equivalent circuit rate, statistical hypothesis testing, non-inferiority testing, quality of experience
College: College of Engineering
Issue: 2
Start Page: 90
End Page: 110