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Autonomous Network Equipments

Abstract : IP networks are now well established. However, control, manage- ment and optimization schemes are provided in a static and basic way. Network control and management schemes using an autonomy based technology offer a new way to master quality of service, security and mobility management. This new paradigm allows a dynamic and intelligent control of the equipment in a local manner, a global network control in a cooperative manner, a more powerful network management, and a better guaranty of all vital functionalities like end to end quality of service and security. In this paper, we provide a way to implement such a paradigm through the use of the agent and multi agent concept. A testbed of an architecture based on autonomous network equipment has been developed. This autonomous architecture is able to optimize the quality of service through the networks.
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Dominique Gaïti, Guy Pujolle, Mikaël Salaun, Hubert Zimmermann. Autonomous Network Equipments. WAC'05: Second international IFIP conference on Autonomic Communication, Oct 2005, Athènes, Greece. pp.177-185, ⟨10.1007/11687818_14⟩. ⟨hal-02429152⟩

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