Network Optimization refers to the process of improving the performance, efficiency, and overall functionality of a computer or communication network. The objective is to enhance the network’s ability to meet specific criteria, such as maximizing throughput, minimizing latency, reducing costs, or improving reliability. Network optimization is an ongoing process that adapts to changing network conditions, user demands, and technological advancements. It is a critical aspect of maintaining a robust and efficient network infrastructure in both enterprise and telecommunications environments.


An Efficient Approach for Placing Distributed Fiber Optic Sensors with Concurrent Sensing Capability

We propose an efficient approach for placing distributed fiber optic sensors (DFOS) with concurrent sensing capability. It consumes 5.7% to 9.5% fewer sensors than that using DFOS without concurrent sensing, for covering the same network.