Abstract

An optical network can be cost-effectively upgraded by enhancing the capacity of links in the “bottleneck-cut”. The “bottleneck-cut” information is also important for network protection. We develop and evaluate an algorithm for finding the “bottleneck-cut”.

© 2000 Optical Society of America

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