Usage of IM for network topology to support TE Topology YANG Module Development

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Authors Hing-Kam Lam  , Eve Varma  , Paul Doolan  , Nigel Davis  , Bernd Zeuner  , Malcolm Betts  , Italo Busi  , Scott Mansfield  , Ricard Vilalta  , Victor Lopez 
Last updated 2017-05-01 (latest revision 2016-10-28)
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The benefits of using a common Information Model (IM) as a foundation for deriving purpose and protocol specific interfaces, particularly for complex networking domains, has been described in draft-betts- netmod-framework-data-schema-uml. This draft describes existing information model relevant to Network Topology and illustrates how it can be used to help ensure the consistency and completeness of the YANG data modeling for TE topologies solutions work in TEAS.


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