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By Dinil Mon Divakaran, Hema A. Murthy, Timothy A. Gonsalves (auth.), Gerard Parr, David Malone, Mícheál Ó Foghlú (eds.)

th This quantity offers the lawsuits of the 6 IEEE overseas Workshop on IP Operations and administration (IPOM 2006), which used to be held as a part of Manweek 2006 rd th in Dublin, eire from October 23 to twenty-five , 2006. based on its recognition as one ofthe pre-eminent venues for the dialogue and debate of advances of administration of IP networks and providers, the 2006 generation of IPOM introduced jointly a world viewers of researchers and practitioners from either and academia. the final topic of Manweek 2006 was once “Autonomic part and method Management”,with IPOM taking this to be the applying of autonomic ideas to the IP operations, management, upkeep and provisioning (OAM&P) area. IPOM 2006 is extra appropriate than ever to the rising communications infrastr- ture that's more and more eager about “convergence” of networks and providers. even if arguably over-hyped, there's a basic fact to this convergence tale, and this can be in line with the truth that the TCP/IP protocol suite (IPv4 and IPv6) has turn into the typical denominator for a plethora of such converged providers. One strong instance within the interval among IPOM 2005 and IPOM 2006 has been the big scale deployment of buyer VoIP, associated with the good fortune of Skype and choices together with SIP-based techniques. in lots of international locations VoIP is using broadband deployment for SMEs the place actual expenditures reductions could be collected, specially for firms with distant employees within the ?eld.

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The running times varied from a few minutes in the small networks, to a few hours in the larger ones. So, in order to perform all the tests, a computing cluster with 46 dual Xeon nodes was used. The population size was kept in 100 and the wmax was set to 20. Since the EA and the Random heuristic are stochastic methods, R runs were executed in each case (R was set to 10 in the experiments). For a better understanding, the results are grouped into three sets according to the cost function used. The first two consider single objective cost functions, for the optimization of congestion and delays respectively.

Hence, computer programs for the analysis of the network resilience should implement the complex method with a careful reuse strategy for data structures as it considerably accelerates the calculation of the routing and the traffic distribution for a large set of failure cases. 36 M. Menth, J. Milbrandt, and F. Lehrieder References 1. J. Moy, “RFC2328: OSPF Version 2,” April 1998. 2. ISO, “ISO 10589: Intermediate System to Intermediate System Routing Exchange Protocol for Use in Conjunction with the Protocol for Providing the Connectionless-Mode Network Service,” 1992.

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