A Role for Contextualised Knowledge in Autonomic Communications

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Abstract

The conceptual architecture of autonomic communications requires a knowledge layer to offer effective, transparent and high level self-management capabilities. This knowledge plane can utilise the behaviour of autonomic communication regimes to monitor and intervene at many differing levels of network granularity. This paper introduces autonomic computing and autonomic communication, before outlining the role of knowledge in autonomic networks. Some research issues, in particular the concept of dynamic context as a method to acquire knowledge dynamically that helps to facilitate a successful realisation of the knowledge plane are explored and discussed.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Number of pages13
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2004
EventFirst IFIP WG6.6 International Workshop on Autonomic Communication (WAC-2004) - Berlin, Germany
Duration: 1 Oct 2004 → …

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WorkshopFirst IFIP WG6.6 International Workshop on Autonomic Communication (WAC-2004)
Period1/10/04 → …

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Communication
Management capability
Self-management
Research issues

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A Role for Contextualised Knowledge in Autonomic Communications. / Sterritt, Roy; Mulvenna, Maurice; Lawrynowicz, A.

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