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The ?rst IFIP Workshop on Autonomic Communication (WAC 2004) was held 18-19 October 2004 in Berlin, Germany. The workshop was org... Weiterlesen
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The ?rst IFIP Workshop on Autonomic Communication (WAC 2004) was held 18-19 October 2004 in Berlin, Germany. The workshop was organized by Fra- hofer FOKUS with the help of partners of the EU-funded Autonomic Com- nication Coordination Action - IST-6475 (ACCA), and under technical sp- sorship of IFIP WG6. 6 - Management of Networks and Distributed Systems. The purpose of this workshop was to discuss Autonomic Communication-a new communication paradigm to assist the design of the next-generation n- works. WAC 2004 was explicitly focused on the principles that help to achieve purposeful behavior on top of self-organization (self-management, self-healing, self-awareness, etc. ). The workshop intended to derive these common principles from submissions that study network element's autonomic behavior exposed by innovative (cross-layer optimized, context-aware, and securely programmable) protocol stack (or its middleware emulations) in its interaction with numerous, often dynamic network groups and communities. The goals were to understand how autonomic behaviors are learned, in?uenced or changed, and how, in turn, these a?ect other elements, groups and the network. The highly interactive and exploratory nature of WAC 2004 de?ned its format - six main sessions grouped in three blocks, each block followed by a panel with all speakers of the previous block as panellists and session chairs as panel moderators. The?rstpanelaimedtohighlightthemainprinciplesguidingresearchinal- rithms,protocolsandmiddleware;thesecondpanelinvestigatedgrandchallenges of network and service composition; the third panel had to answer the question "HowDoestheAutonomicNetworkInteractwiththeKnowledgePlane?". Panel reports were compiled by panel moderators and conclude this volume.


Network Management.- An Infrastructure-Based Approach to Support Dynamic Networks with Mobile Agents.- Some Requirements for Autonomic Routing in Self-organizing Networks.- Policy Interoperability and Network Autonomics.- Models and Protocols.- Spatial Computing: An Emerging Paradigm for Autonomic Computing and Communication.- Self-deployment, Self-configuration:Critical Future Paradigms for Wireless Access Networks.- Content Distribution Through Autonomic Content and Storage Management.- Network Composition.- A Unified Framework for the Negotiation and Deployment of Network Services.- TurfNet: An Architecture for Dynamically Composable Networks.- A Systems Architecture for Sensor Networks Based On Hardware/Software Co-design.- Negotiation and Deployment.- Challenges in Communications Research Beyond the VICOM Project.- A Framework for Self-organized Network Composition.- Semantic-Based Policy Engineering for Autonomic Systems.- Immunity and Resilience.- Dynamic Self-management of Autonomic Systems: The Reputation, Quality and Credibility (RQC) Scheme.- E Pluribus Unum.- A Metabolic Approach to Protocol Resilience.- Meaning, Context and Situated Behaviour.- Putting Meaning into the Network: Some Semantic Issues for the Design of Autonomic Communications Systems.- Dynamic and Contextualised Behavioural Knowledge in Autonomic Communications.- Towards Adaptable Ad Hoc Networks: The Routing Experience.- Invited Programme.- BIONETS: BIO-inspired NExt generaTion networkS.- Dynamics, Information and Control in Physical Systems.- Panel Reports.- Panel Report: "Main Principles to Guide R&D in Algorithms, Protocols and Middleware".- Panel Report: "Grand Challenges of Network and Service Composition".- Panel Report: "How the Autonomic Network Interacts with the Knowledge Plane?".


Titel: Autonomic Communication
Untertitel: First International IFIP Workshop, WAC 2004, Berlin, Germany, October 18-19, 2004, Revised Selected Papers
EAN: 9783540320098
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Datenkommunikation, Netzwerke
Anzahl Seiten: 279
Veröffentlichung: 11.07.2005
Dateigrösse: 3.7 MB

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