Optimal Placement of Wavelength Converters in WDM Networks for Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems
Advances in electro-optic technologies have made optical networks a promising choice to meet the increasing demands for higher bandwidth and lower communication latency of high-performance computing and communication applications. Wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) [5, 13] is basically frequency division multiplexing in the optical frequency domain, where on a single optical fiber there are multiple communication channels at different wavelengths.
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