Novel Methods For Traffic Engineering In Legacy IP Networks. Rétvári, G.; Bíró, J. J.; and Cinkler, T. In Proc., World Telecommunications Congress (WTC), Budapest, Hungary, May, 2006.
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Abstract - A short introduction, a comprehensive survey of the current state-of-the-art and an overview of some recent progress in the field of OSPF Traffic Engineering (TE) is given. Particularly, we study a multi-stage approach, where the original problem is divided into three subsequent and independent phases. This approach promises with breaking down the intractability of OSPF TE and also to provide interesting further insights. Finally, a simple heuristic is proposed, whose viability is demonstrated by simulation studies.
@INPROCEEDINGS {wtc2006,
   title      = {Novel Methods For Traffic Engineering In Legacy {IP} Networks},
   author     = {G. R\'etv\'ari and J. J. B\'ir\'o and T. Cinkler},
   booktitle  = {Proc., World Telecommunications Congress (WTC)},
   year       = {2006},
   month      = {May},
   address    = {Budapest, Hungary},
   paper      = {http://lendulet.tmit.bme.hu/~retvari/publications/wtc_2006.pdf},
   abstract   = {Abstract - A short introduction, a comprehensive survey of the
                  current state-of-the-art and an overview of some recent
                  progress in the field of OSPF Traffic Engineering (TE) is
                  given. Particularly, we study a multi-stage approach, where
                  the original problem is divided into three subsequent and
                  independent phases. This approach promises with breaking
                  down the intractability of OSPF TE and also to provide
                  interesting further insights. Finally, a simple heuristic
                  is proposed, whose viability is demonstrated by simulation
                  studies.}
}

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