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Guo, Liang; Matta, Ibrahim. -Search Space Reduction in QoS Routing-, Technical Report BUCS-1999-013, Computer Science Department, Boston University, October 8, 1999. Available from: http:-hdl.handle.net-2144-1790

Abstract

To provide real-time service or engineer constrained-based paths, networks require the underlying routing algorithm to be able to find low-cost paths that satisfy given Quality-of-Service QoS constraints. However, the problem of constrained shortest least-cost path routing is known to be NP-hard, and some heuristics have been proposed to find a near-optimal solution. However, these heuristics either impose relationships among the link metrics to reduce the complexity of the problem which may limit the general applicability of the heuristic, or are too costly in terms of execution time to be applicable to large networks. In this paper, we focus on solving the delay-constrained minimum-cost path problem, and present a fast algorithm to find a near-optimal solution. This algorithm, called DCCR for Delay-Cost-Constrained Routing, is a variant of the k-shortest path algorithm. DCCR uses a new adaptive path weight function together with an additional constraint imposed on the path cost, to restrict the search space. Thus, DCCR can return a near-optimal solution in a very short time. Furthermore, we use the method proposed by Blokh and Gutin to further reduce the search space by using a tighter bound on path cost. This makes our algorithm more accurate and even faster. We call this improved algorithm SSR+DCCR for Search Space Reduction+DCCR. Through extensive simulations, we confirm that SSR+DCCR performs very well compared to the optimal but very expensive solution.

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Author: Guo, Liang - Matta, Ibrahim - -

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