Adaptive Optical Burst Switching
Assistant Professor, Department of ETE, Bharath University, Chennai – 600073, India
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Optical Burst Switching (OBS) adapts to the size of switched data units to the network load. It is a two-way reservation OBS scheme in which every active source-destination pair attempts to reserve a lightpath and for every successful reservation, transmits an optical burst whose size is proportional to the number of active data flows. This technique is Adaptive Optical Burst Switching (AOBS). Hence the proposed scheme is optimal in the sense that the network is stable for all traffic intensities. Hence the throughput and delay performance of Adaptive Optical Burst Switching is evaluated and compare the performance of Optical Burst Switching and Adaptive Optical Burst Switching.