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|Title:||Design topologies optimization in GPON networks based on population densities using k-means clustering algorithm|
|Authors:||Zeballos Amable, Guillermo Junior|
|metadata.dc.contributor.advisor:||Vela Moscoso, Jaime Felipe|
|Keywords:||Topology;Sociology;Statistics;Network topology;Optimization;Passive optical networks;Computer architecture|
|Abstract:||Most studies for implementation of access networks are generally focused on countries where their areas have high population density, this optimization seeks to provide solutions in countries and cities with a similar reality of Arequipa, whose population densities are lower and where the number of buildings in a square kilometer is almost none. This paper provides a graph which can relate the population density and the optimal topology to save optical fiber costs in a theoretical implementation of a distributed GPON network using distribution and access splitters.|
|Appears in Collections:||Artículos - Ingeniería Electrónica y de Telecomunicaciones|
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