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Towards Self-optimizing Protocol Stack for Autonomic Communication: Initial Experience

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Towards Self-optimizing Protocol Stack for Autonomic Communication: Initial Experience
Abstract. The Internet is facing ever-increasing complexity in the construction, configuration and management of heterogeneous networks. New communication paradigms are undermining its original design principles. The mobile Internet demands a level of optimum that is hard to achieve with a strictly-layered protocol stack. Questioning if layering is still an adequate foundation for autonomic protocol stack design, we study the state-of-the-art from both the layered camp and its counterpart. We then outline our vision on protocol stack design for autonomic communication with the POEM model and its internals. A novel cross-layer design approach that combines the advantages of layering and the benefits of holistic and systematic cross-layer optimization is at the core of this work. With inspirations from the natural ecosystem, we are working on the role-based Composable Functional System for self-optimization that features proactive monitoring and control. By doing so step-by-step, we en...
Xiaoyuan Gu, Xiaoming Fu, Hannes Tschofenig, Lars
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where WAC
Authors Xiaoyuan Gu, Xiaoming Fu, Hannes Tschofenig, Lars C. Wolf
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