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Autonomous Service Composition in Symbiotic Networks

Abstract : To cope with the ever-growing number of wired and wireless networks, we introduce the notion of so-called symbiotic networks. These networks seamlessly operate across layers and over network boundaries, resulting in improved scalability, dependability, and energy efficiency. This particular Ph.D. research focuses on software services operating in such symbiotic networks. When two or more networks merge, the services provided on them may be combined into a service composition that is much more than the sum of its parts. Driven by two distinct use cases, we aim to enable fully autonomous service composition and resource provisioning. For the first use case, an in-building over-the-top service platform, we describe a software architecture and a set of generic resource provisioning algorithms. The second use case, which focuses on wireless body area networks, will allow us to expand our research domain into highly dynamic symbiotic network environments, where services appear and disappear more frequently.
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Tim De Pauw, Filip De Turck, Veerle Ongenae. Autonomous Service Composition in Symbiotic Networks. 5th Autonomous Infrastructure, Management and Security (AIMS), Jun 2011, Nancy, France. pp.49-52, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-21484-4_5⟩. ⟨hal-01585865⟩



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