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Towards Autonomic Networking Using Overlay Routing Techniques

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Towards Autonomic Networking Using Overlay Routing Techniques
With an ever-growing number of computers being embedded into our surroundings, the era of ubiquitous computing is approaching fast. However, as the number of networked devices increases, so does system complexity. Contrary to the goal of achieving an “invisible computer”, the required amount of management and human intervention increases more and more, both slowing down the growth rate and limiting the achievable size of ubiquitous systems. In this paper we present a novel routing approach that is capable of handling complex networks without any administrative intervention. Based on a combination of standard overlay routing techniques and source routes, this approach is capable of efficiently bootstrapping a routable network. Unlike other approaches that try to combine peer-to-peer ideas with ad-hoc networks, sensor networks, or ubiquitous systems, our approach is not based on a routing scheme. This makes the resulting system flexible and powerful with respect at application suppo...
Kendy Kutzner, Curt Cramer, Thomas Fuhrmann
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ARCS
Authors Kendy Kutzner, Curt Cramer, Thomas Fuhrmann
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