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Pascal Berthou – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • A Steiner Tree Based Approach For The Efficient Support Of Multipoint Communications In A Multi-Domain Context
    , 2017
    Co-Authors: Lunde Chen, Slim Abdellatif, Thierry Gayraud, Pascal Berthou
    Abstract:

    This work proposes an approach based on Steiner trees to efficiently support multipoint communications in a multi-domain context, where each domain exposes a synthetic and Aggregated View of its network. The approach that we propose is based on two pillars: The adoption of a topology aggregation of each domain’s network as a Steiner tree and the use of a shortest path heuristic for the calculation of these Aggregated networks as well as the global Steiner tree. An extensive experimental study on random and real network topologies shows the gains made by our approach in terms of both accuracy and computational complexity.

  • ISCC – A Steiner tree based approach for the efficient support of multipoint communications in a multi-domain context
    2017 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), 2017
    Co-Authors: Lunde Chen, Slim Abdellatif, Thierry Gayraud, Pascal Berthou
    Abstract:

    This work proposes an approach based on Steiner trees to efficiently support multipoint communications in a multi-domain context, where each domain exposes a synthetic and Aggregated View of its network. The approach that we propose is based on two pillars: The adoption of a topology aggregation of each domain’s network as a Steiner tree and the use of a shortest path heuristic for the calculation of these Aggregated networks as well as the global Steiner tree. An extensive experimental study on random and real network topologies shows the gains made by our approach in terms of both accuracy and computational complexity.

Lunde Chen – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • A Steiner Tree Based Approach For The Efficient Support Of Multipoint Communications In A Multi-Domain Context
    , 2017
    Co-Authors: Lunde Chen, Slim Abdellatif, Thierry Gayraud, Pascal Berthou
    Abstract:

    This work proposes an approach based on Steiner trees to efficiently support multipoint communications in a multi-domain context, where each domain exposes a synthetic and Aggregated View of its network. The approach that we propose is based on two pillars: The adoption of a topology aggregation of each domain’s network as a Steiner tree and the use of a shortest path heuristic for the calculation of these Aggregated networks as well as the global Steiner tree. An extensive experimental study on random and real network topologies shows the gains made by our approach in terms of both accuracy and computational complexity.

  • ISCC – A Steiner tree based approach for the efficient support of multipoint communications in a multi-domain context
    2017 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), 2017
    Co-Authors: Lunde Chen, Slim Abdellatif, Thierry Gayraud, Pascal Berthou
    Abstract:

    This work proposes an approach based on Steiner trees to efficiently support multipoint communications in a multi-domain context, where each domain exposes a synthetic and Aggregated View of its network. The approach that we propose is based on two pillars: The adoption of a topology aggregation of each domain’s network as a Steiner tree and the use of a shortest path heuristic for the calculation of these Aggregated networks as well as the global Steiner tree. An extensive experimental study on random and real network topologies shows the gains made by our approach in terms of both accuracy and computational complexity.

Slim Abdellatif – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • A Steiner Tree Based Approach For The Efficient Support Of Multipoint Communications In A Multi-Domain Context
    , 2017
    Co-Authors: Lunde Chen, Slim Abdellatif, Thierry Gayraud, Pascal Berthou
    Abstract:

    This work proposes an approach based on Steiner trees to efficiently support multipoint communications in a multi-domain context, where each domain exposes a synthetic and Aggregated View of its network. The approach that we propose is based on two pillars: The adoption of a topology aggregation of each domain’s network as a Steiner tree and the use of a shortest path heuristic for the calculation of these Aggregated networks as well as the global Steiner tree. An extensive experimental study on random and real network topologies shows the gains made by our approach in terms of both accuracy and computational complexity.

  • ISCC – A Steiner tree based approach for the efficient support of multipoint communications in a multi-domain context
    2017 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), 2017
    Co-Authors: Lunde Chen, Slim Abdellatif, Thierry Gayraud, Pascal Berthou
    Abstract:

    This work proposes an approach based on Steiner trees to efficiently support multipoint communications in a multi-domain context, where each domain exposes a synthetic and Aggregated View of its network. The approach that we propose is based on two pillars: The adoption of a topology aggregation of each domain’s network as a Steiner tree and the use of a shortest path heuristic for the calculation of these Aggregated networks as well as the global Steiner tree. An extensive experimental study on random and real network topologies shows the gains made by our approach in terms of both accuracy and computational complexity.

Thierry Gayraud – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • A Steiner Tree Based Approach For The Efficient Support Of Multipoint Communications In A Multi-Domain Context
    , 2017
    Co-Authors: Lunde Chen, Slim Abdellatif, Thierry Gayraud, Pascal Berthou
    Abstract:

    This work proposes an approach based on Steiner trees to efficiently support multipoint communications in a multi-domain context, where each domain exposes a synthetic and Aggregated View of its network. The approach that we propose is based on two pillars: The adoption of a topology aggregation of each domain’s network as a Steiner tree and the use of a shortest path heuristic for the calculation of these Aggregated networks as well as the global Steiner tree. An extensive experimental study on random and real network topologies shows the gains made by our approach in terms of both accuracy and computational complexity.

  • ISCC – A Steiner tree based approach for the efficient support of multipoint communications in a multi-domain context
    2017 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), 2017
    Co-Authors: Lunde Chen, Slim Abdellatif, Thierry Gayraud, Pascal Berthou
    Abstract:

    This work proposes an approach based on Steiner trees to efficiently support multipoint communications in a multi-domain context, where each domain exposes a synthetic and Aggregated View of its network. The approach that we propose is based on two pillars: The adoption of a topology aggregation of each domain’s network as a Steiner tree and the use of a shortest path heuristic for the calculation of these Aggregated networks as well as the global Steiner tree. An extensive experimental study on random and real network topologies shows the gains made by our approach in terms of both accuracy and computational complexity.

James Sumberg – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • toward a dis Aggregated View of crop livestock integration in western africa
    Land Use Policy, 2003
    Co-Authors: James Sumberg
    Abstract:

    Abstract This paper presents a framework for conceptualising crop–livestock integration along four dimensions: space, time, management and ownership. The framework highlights the fact that benefits from crop–livestock interactions can be gained by integration along one, some or all of these dimensions, although the space dimension is particularly important. The implications of four factors—the ‘sustainability imperative’; the human, livestock density relationship; the ‘livestock revolution’; and large-scale tsetse clearance—are then explored in relation to the claim that greater crop–livestock integration should be the basis of agricultural development in West Africa. The conclusion of this analysis is that greater crop–livestock integration is likely to be of interest primarily in ‘middle’ countryside areas with relatively good natural resources.

  • Toward a dis-Aggregated View of crop–livestock integration in Western Africa
    Land Use Policy, 2003
    Co-Authors: James Sumberg
    Abstract:

    Abstract This paper presents a framework for conceptualising crop–livestock integration along four dimensions: space, time, management and ownership. The framework highlights the fact that benefits from crop–livestock interactions can be gained by integration along one, some or all of these dimensions, although the space dimension is particularly important. The implications of four factors—the ‘sustainability imperative’; the human, livestock density relationship; the ‘livestock revolution’; and large-scale tsetse clearance—are then explored in relation to the claim that greater crop–livestock integration should be the basis of agricultural development in West Africa. The conclusion of this analysis is that greater crop–livestock integration is likely to be of interest primarily in ‘middle’ countryside areas with relatively good natural resources.