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Interworking between OpenFlow and PCE for Dynamic Wavelength Path Control in Multi-domain WSON

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Abstract

We experimentally present the seamless interworking between OpenFlow and PCE for dynamic wavelength path control in multi-domain WSON, assessing the overall feasibility and quantitatively evaluating both the path computation and lightpath provisioning latencies.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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