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Greedy Parent Selection w.r.t. a Topological Order measure Sgain Sgr Ssgr1 d 2 dmi edges 31 18 28 35 33 params. 1630 196 496 1486 774 min. 8.524 9.390 8.946 8.154 8.206 avg. 8.621 9.553 9.057 8.329 8.344 max. 10.292 11.100 10.740 10.200 10.416
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is an inefficient use of resources. Besides this inefficiency, the simple and robust destination-based hop-by-hop routing has the following limitations: It is insensitive to traffic conditions in the network and is therefore inefficient in the way it utilizes network capacity. Destination-based routing does not allow packets belonging to different classes of services to be routed and protected separately to meet their QoS needs. Destination-based routing is vulnerable to security attacks by anyone who learns the destinations of other users. The common approach today of filtering incoming packets for disallowed destinations is prone to provisioning errors and costly to implement. To address these limitations, the IETF formed the MPLS Working Group to combine various approaches from the industry into one common standard [1] that can run over any media (e.g., peer-to-peer, frame relay, Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)). With MPLS, each packet is associated with a label that identifies its Forwarding Equivalence Class (FEC). FEC can be defined by a common egress router and optionally by other characteristics (e.g., a common VPN or class of service). The label is encoded in the connection identifier when available (e.g., ATM Virtual Path Identifier (VPI)/Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI) and Frame Relay Data-Link Connection Identifier (FR DLCI)), otherwise a shim is inserted between IP header and link layer header. Based on the label of an incoming packet, a router determines the packet s next hop as well as the label to use on outgoing interface and performs the label swapping. Label Switched Paths (LSPs) can be established based on the IP address of a router that is downstream on the hop-by-hop route. On the other hand, LSPs can also be established using explicit routing determined offline or by a separate routing protocol. Explicit routing can take the bandwidth availability and traffic conditions into account. MPLS has many potential advantages compared with the traditional hop-by-hop destination-based routing. They are as follows: MPLS increases routers forwarding capacity by switching based on short labels. Although this was one of the main motivations of introducing MPLS, this advantage is diminishing due to many new ASIC designs for fast and scalable prefix-matching algorithms. MPLS provides a way to perform Traffic Engineering (TE) [2] by overlaying logical connectivity on top of the physical topology to distribute loads more efficiently and in a more scalable way than the traditional IP over ATM overlay model, which was used for traffic engineering for large IP backbones during the early years. MPLS is connection oriented, and thus is capable of providing faster and more reliable protection and restoration than what current Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) (e.g., OSPF and IS-IS) rerouting can provide [3]. MPLS can map traffic with different class of service requirements onto different LSPs, which are routed and protected independently [4]. MPLS provides added security if packets sent on outgoing interfaces are limited to those from particular connections. MPLS labels may be stacked to implement tunnels, which is useful in constructing VPNs [5].
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The main boost for the progress of the short message service came from the technical work in WP4 in 1987 1999, which implemented the service requirements agreed in WP1 (see 16, Sections 1 and 2). 10.1.5.1.4 Facsimile Fax was becoming popular in the xed networks in the mid-1980s, since the ITU had completed successfully several standards on fax (group 1, 2, 3 and 4). The service concept (see paragraph 10.1.5.1.1) had foreseen to de ne four teleservices for all four ITU standards. In order to progress this matter I studied it. A joint contribution of Germany and France was submitted to the November 1986 meeting of WP1. It proposed not to consider fax group 1 and 2 using analogue transmission. Half of the installed machines belonged to these groups, but nearly all new machines belonged to group 3. In addition group 3 machines used digital transmission and were better standardised and therefore world-wide compatible. It could be expected that in the early 1990s the vast majority of fax machines would belong to group 3. Group 4 machines were foreseen for ISDN. It was therefore proposed to focus the GSM teleservice fax on group 3 machines and foresee group 4 as an evolution possibility to be studied later. Several implementation scenarios were discussed. 27
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