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Applying Hadoop Cloud Computing Technique to Optimal Design of Optical Networks (Invited)

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Abstract

We develop a Hadoop cloud computing system to parallel solve the bin-packing optimization problems in the optical network. Simulation studies show that compared to a single machine, the Hadoop system can significantly shorten computation time while achieving performance close to optimality.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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