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International Conference on Advanced Computer Theory and Engineering, 5th (ICACTE 2012)

Xie Yi
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The no-valley and prefer-customer policies are two important routing policies to guarantee the safety and robustness of the inter-domain routing system. Given an AS (Autonomous System) topology, shortest path calculation in topology analysis must consider the two routing policies simultaneously. In this paper, we propose a valley-free shortest path algorithm using the classic Dijkstra’s algorithm framework. The algorithm finds shortest policy paths from other nodes to a specified destination in order to accomodate the routing policies. Using real topology data sets from CAIDA, we compare the proposed algorithm with the Dijkstra’s algorithm. It turns out that although the routing policies give rise to the complexity in calculating, the time complexity of the algorithm is approximate to that of the classic algorithm. Additionally, we found that the differences of shortest path lengths with/without the policy constraints in the topology snapshots are decreasing with the evolution of the Internet.

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