Redundancy, diversity, and connectivity to achieve multilevel network resilience, survivability, and disruption tolerance

Sterbenz, James P. G. and Hutchison, David and Çetinkaya, Egemen K. and Jabbar, Abdul and Rohrer, Justin P. and Scholler, Marcus Ralf and Smith, Paul (2014) Redundancy, diversity, and connectivity to achieve multilevel network resilience, survivability, and disruption tolerance. Telecommunication Systems, 56 (1). pp. 17-31. ISSN 1018-4864

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Abstract

Communication networks are constructed as a multilevel stack of infrastructure, protocols, and mechanisms: links and nodes, topology, routing paths, interconnected realms (ASs), end-to-end transport, and application interaction. The resilience of each one of these levels provides a foundation for the next level to achieve an overall goal of a resilient, survivable, disruption-tolerant, and dependable Future Internet. This paper concentrates on three critical resilience disciplines and the corresponding mechanisms to achieve multilevel resilience: redundancy for fault tolerance, diversity for survivability, and connectivity for disruption tolerance. Cross-layering and the mechanisms at each level are described, including richly connected topologies, multipath diverse routing, and disruption-tolerant end-to-end transport.

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Journal Article
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Telecommunication Systems
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02 Mar 2017 09:14
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