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    US 20030061376 2003-03-27
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    US 8051199 2011-11-01

granted patent: Self-Routing Address Assignment In Packet-Switched Networks

TitleSelf-Routing Address Assignment In Packet-Switched Networks
Granted PatentUS 8051199
Granted Date2011-11-01
Priority Date2001-06-08 US 09/877744
Inventors
Issue Date2011
Citation
US Patent 8051199. Washington, DC: US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), 2011 How to Cite?
AbstractA Method And System For Assigning Self-Routing Addresses To Nodes In A Network With Arbitrary, Including Irregular, Topology Is Provided. The Method And System Are Useful In Packet-Switched Networks And In Particular Optical Packet-Switched Networks For Reducing Processing Associated With Routing Packets. Each Self-Routing Address Encodes A Set Of Paths From All Nodes In The Network To The Destination Node. In An Embodiment Of The Invention Each Output Port Of Each Node In A Network Sends A Packet In Response To The State Of A Bit In The Self-Routing Address In A Packet. Alternatively, Each Node Address In The Network Is Mapped To A Bit In A Self-Routing Address. Furthermore, A Node Can Have Multiple Self-Routing Addresses Encoding Different Sets Of Paths From All Other Nodes In The Network To The Node.; In Addition, Hierarchical Networks Are Included Among The Networks Suitable For Self-Routing Addresses.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/173802
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dc.description.abstractA Method And System For Assigning Self-Routing Addresses To Nodes In A Network With Arbitrary, Including Irregular, Topology Is Provided. The Method And System Are Useful In Packet-Switched Networks And In Particular Optical Packet-Switched Networks For Reducing Processing Associated With Routing Packets. Each Self-Routing Address Encodes A Set Of Paths From All Nodes In The Network To The Destination Node. In An Embodiment Of The Invention Each Output Port Of Each Node In A Network Sends A Packet In Response To The State Of A Bit In The Self-Routing Address In A Packet. Alternatively, Each Node Address In The Network Is Mapped To A Bit In A Self-Routing Address. Furthermore, A Node Can Have Multiple Self-Routing Addresses Encoding Different Sets Of Paths From All Other Nodes In The Network To The Node.; In Addition, Hierarchical Networks Are Included Among The Networks Suitable For Self-Routing Addresses.en_HK
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dc.titleSelf-Routing Address Assignment In Packet-Switched Networksen_HK
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