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Modelling multi-path routing problems

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Session 3, Cambridge Networks and Communication Meeting

In this talk we consider the behaviour of both primal and dual multi-path algorithms for a simple network of three resources. We examine the equilibrium behaviour of our models as well as their transient response to the effect of a resource failing. The timescales over which the multi-path algorithms respond to changes in the network conditions are seen to be closely related to the round trip times of the different routes

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