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Towards Dynamic and Adaptive Resource Management for Emerging Networks

Tuncer, D; Charalambides, M; Pavlou, G; (2010) Towards Dynamic and Adaptive Resource Management for Emerging Networks. In: Stiller, B and DeTruck, F, (eds.) MECHANISMS FOR AUTONOMOUS MANAGEMENT OF NETWORKS AND SERVICES. (pp. 93 - 97). SPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN

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In order to meet the requirements of emerging services, the future Internet will need to be flexible, reactive and adaptive. Network management functionality is essential in providing dynamic reactiveness and adaptability but current network management approaches have limitations and are inadequate to meet the relevant demands. In search for a paradigm shift, recent research efforts have been focusing on self-management principles. The PhD work presented in this paper proposes to investigate how autonomic principles can be extended and applied to fixed networks for quality of service (QoS) and performance management. The paper describes the two main research issues that will be addressed, namely (a) coordinated decision making in distributed environments, and (b) lightweight learning capabilities, and highlights their importance on realistic application scenarios for the emerging Internet.

Type: Proceedings paper
Title: Towards Dynamic and Adaptive Resource Management for Emerging Networks
Event: 4th International Conference on Autonomous Infrastructure Management and Security (AIMS 2010)
Location: Univ Zurich, Dept informat IFI, Commun Syst Grp, Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Dates: 2010-06-23 - 2010-06-25
ISBN-13: 978-3-642-13985-7
Keywords: self-management, autonomic decision making, learning
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/397417
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