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Self-management of context-aware overlay ambient networks

Mathieu, B; Song, M; Galis, A; Cheng, L; Jean, K; Ocampo, R; (2007) Self-management of context-aware overlay ambient networks. In: 2007 10TH IFIP/IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON INTEGRATED NETWORK MANAGEMENT (IM 2009), VOLS 1 AND 2. (pp. 749 - 752). IEEE Green open access

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Abstract

Ambient Networks (ANs) are dynamically changing and heterogeneous as they consist of potentially large numbers of independent, heterogeneous mobile nodes, with spontaneous topologies that can logically interact with each other to share a common control space, known as the Ambient Control Space. ANs are also flexible i.e. they can compose and decompose dynamically and automatically, for supporting the deployment of cross-domain (new) services. Thus, the AN architecture must be sophisticatedly designed to support such high level of dynamicity, heterogeneity and flexibility. We advocate the use of service specific overlay networks in ANs, that are created on-demand according to specific service requirements, to deliver, and to automatically adapt services to the dynamically changing user and network context. This paper presents a self-management approach to create, configure, adapt, contextualise, and finally teardown service specific overlay networks.

Type:Proceedings paper
Title:Self-management of context-aware overlay ambient networks
Event:21-25 May 2007
Location:Munich, GERMANY
Dates:2007-05-21 - 2007-05-25
ISBN:1-4244-0798-2
ISBN-13:978-1-4244-0798-9
Open access status:An open access version is available from UCL Discovery
DOI:10.1109/INM.2007.374704
Keywords:overlay network, self-inanagentent, context-aware, antbient network
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science
UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Electronic and Electrical Engineering

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