Cross-layer optimisations for autonomic networks

MA Razzaque, Simon Dobson, Patrick Nixon

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    Autonomic communication aims to build more reflective systems with properties like self-healing, self-organisation, self-optimisation and so forth — the so-called “self-*” properties. To attain this within the existing strictly-layered approaches to network software may be possible to certain extent, but will not leverage all the possible optimisations, and we suggest that cross-layer architectures are better-suited to achieving the self-* properties. This paper explores the possibilities of cross-layering approaches in autonomic networks, reviews and compares the different cross-layer approaches to network architecture, observing that most current approaches depend purely on local information and provide only poor and inaccurate information gathering at the network level.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAdvanced autonomic networking and communication
    EditorsMonique Calisti, Sven Van der Meer, John Strassner
    Place of PublicationBasel
    Pages127-148
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

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    Razzaque, MA., Dobson, S., & Nixon, P. (2007). Cross-layer optimisations for autonomic networks. In M. Calisti, S. Van der Meer, & J. Strassner (Eds.), Advanced autonomic networking and communication (pp. 127-148). Basel. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-7643-8569-9_7
    Razzaque, MA ; Dobson, Simon ; Nixon, Patrick. / Cross-layer optimisations for autonomic networks. Advanced autonomic networking and communication. editor / Monique Calisti ; Sven Van der Meer ; John Strassner. Basel, 2007. pp. 127-148
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    Razzaque, MA, Dobson, S & Nixon, P 2007, Cross-layer optimisations for autonomic networks. in M Calisti, S Van der Meer & J Strassner (eds), Advanced autonomic networking and communication. Basel, pp. 127-148. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-7643-8569-9_7

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    Advanced autonomic networking and communication. ed. / Monique Calisti; Sven Van der Meer; John Strassner. Basel, 2007. p. 127-148.

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    Razzaque MA, Dobson S, Nixon P. Cross-layer optimisations for autonomic networks. In Calisti M, Van der Meer S, Strassner J, editors, Advanced autonomic networking and communication. Basel. 2007. p. 127-148 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-7643-8569-9_7