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Title : Notes on Path Computation in Constraint-Based Routing
Author(s) : K. Kompella, D. Awduche
Filename : draft-kompella-te-pathcomp-00.txt
Pages : 11
Date : 24-Jul-00
This draft presents some notes on Constraint-Based Routing. The main
purpose is to standardize the terminology used, and define the
semantics of the various constructs used in Constraint-Based Routing
so that implementations from a wide variety of vendors will have (at
least to the first order) similar results in path selection. A
secondary goal is to define the semantics of optimization, which we
define as the recalculation of routes that have already been computed
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