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A Framework for Self-Management of Hybrid Wireless Networks Using Autonomic Computing Principles

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A Framework for Self-Management of Hybrid Wireless Networks Using Autonomic Computing Principles
The dramatic increase in the number of mobile subscribers has put a significant resource and service provisioning strain on current cellular networks in particular in terms of multimedia and high-data rate service provision. Hybrid wireless networks, which is a novel scalable and adaptive wireless network architecture utilizing a mixture of cellular and ad hoc multi-hop routing, facilitates cellular network design with small cell systems without having to wire a large number of base stations into a core network. However, this new network design has drawbacks in terms of routing complexity, radio resource heterogeneity and network infrastructure design growth. Traditional centralised system administration methods become too inflexible to result in an manageable cellular system. A recently introduced concept - Autonomic Computing, based on stimulation from biological systems, may provide a remedy to the state of unmanageability. The Autonomic computing paradigm, recently coined autono...
Chong Shen, Dirk Pesch, James Irvine
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where CNSR
Authors Chong Shen, Dirk Pesch, James Irvine
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