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Autonomic Networking

Publication year: 2006

ISBN: 978-3-540-45893-7

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The autonomic communication paradigm has been defined mainly through the Autonomic Communications Forum (ACF) and particularly as follows: Autonomic communication is centered on selfware – an innovative approach to perform known and emerging tasks of a network control plane, both end-to-end and middle box communication-based. Selfware assures the capacity to evolve; however, it requires generic network instrumentation. Selfware principles and technologies borrow largely from well-established research on distributed systems, fault tolerance among others, from emerging research on non-conventional networking (multihop ad hoc, sensor, peer-to-peer, group communication, etc.

Subject: Computer Science, IPv6, Internet, QoS, Quality of Service, Quality of Service (QoS), Smart Card, ad-hoc networks, autonomic behaviour, autonomic communication, autonomic communication security, communication system, configuration, context modeling, dynamic network communities, mobile networks