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Title: A bicriterion approach for routing problems in multimedia networks
Authors: Clímaco, João C. N. 
Craveirinha, José M. F. 
Pascoal, Marta M. B. 
Issue Date: 2003
Citation: Networks. 41:4 (2003) 206-220
Abstract: Routing problems in communication networks supporting multiple services, namely, multimedia applications, involve the selection of paths satisfying multiple constraints (of a technical nature) and seeking simultaneously to ldquooptimizerdquo the associated metrics. Although traditional models in this area are single-objective, in many situations, it is important to consider different, eventually conflicting, objectives. In this paper, we consider a bicriterion model dedicated to calculating nondominated paths for specific traffic flows (associated with video services) in multiservice high-speed networks. The mathematical formulation of the problem and the bicriterion algorithmic approach developed for its resolution are presented together with computational tests regarding an application to video-traffic routing in a high-speed network. The algorithmic approach is an adaptation of recent work by Ernesto Martins and his collaborators, namely, the MPS algorithm. © 2003 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
DOI: 10.1002/net.10073
Rights: openAccess
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