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Active Network Management via Agent Technology [chapter]

Yasin Kaplankiran, Alexander Keiblinger, Hermann Többen
2000 Telecommunication Network Intelligence  
This paper describes a basic framework for an active network management system based upon agent technology, which can provide different views on a network, each related to a specific problem domain.  ...  Active networks represent a significant step in the evolution of packetswitched networks, from traditional packet-forwarding engines to more general functionality supporting dynamic control and modification  ...  The agent oriented technology (AOT) is well suited for network management [2] . It can be effectively used to decentralize network management activities [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35522-1_9 dblp:conf/smartnet/KaplankiranKT00 fatcat:hzdgfky7rbdoxow4deeaad6yp4

Network Management: State of the Art [chapter]

Raouf Boutaba, Jin Xiao
2002 Communication Systems  
network management, code mobility, intelligent agents, active networks, and economic theories.  ...  This paper examines the state-of-the-art enabling technologies for network management, including policy-based network management, distributed object computing, Web-based network management, Java-based  ...  Network management systems must provide such seamless integration via common service interfaces, and hide underlying technological heterogeneity from network users.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35600-6_5 fatcat:vuvwajlqcjdq7phdirwdfbfo64

Agent Based Security for the Active Network Infrastructure [chapter]

Stamatis Karnouskos, Ingo Busse, Stefan Covaci
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We try to mix the benefits of Agent Technology and where needed of CORBA in order to apply it successfully to the Active Networks domain.  ...  In addition, it allows for load balancing of the active network services. Agent Technology Software agents is a rapidly developing area of research.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-48507-0_30 fatcat:37hhm5s6ebdsnkuhnm2lth64eu

Realization of a secure active and programmable network infrastructure via mobile agent technology

Stamatis Karnouskos
2002 Computer Communications  
In this paper, we ®rst investigate an integrated architecture for active and programmable network infrastructures that is based on mobile agent technology.  ...  active and programmable networks.  ...  Combining active networks and agent technology There are two approaches via which we can realize active networking, namely the in-band (also known as the capsule E-mail address:  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-3664(02)00047-6 fatcat:soht4rg3brfgtgerpbn3ae2phu

Agent-Based Architecture for Virtual Enterprises to Support Agility [chapter]

Heli Helaakoski, Päivi Iskanius, Irina Peltomaa
2007 Establishing the Foundation of Collaborative Networks  
This paper introduces the real world VE that uses agent-based software to support agility.  ...  This research is conducted as a case study in the business network, which consist of several small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) and one focal company operating in the steel manufacturing industry  ...  Agent technology is seen one of the most promising technologies to enable flexible and dynamic coordination in the business network and support decision-making in every-day logistics activities and operational  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-73798-0_31 dblp:conf/ifip5-5/HelaakoskiIP07 fatcat:2cga6mpomzgg3jek4quwyedbo4

The Impact of Active Networks on Established Network Operators [chapter]

Arto Juhola, Ian Marshall, Stefan Covaci, Thomas Velte, Mike Donohoe, Seppo Parkkila
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Active Networking appears to be the only route to adding integrated mobility, security, QoS and management services to existing networks.  ...  A collaborative case based study has established that Active Networks will have a very significant impact on Network operators.  ...  Provided of course that the IP-level functionalities are present and reachable via the network technologies used.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-48507-0_17 fatcat:j5lxfctmabhzbmkn5kxrmztfou

Proactive Future Internet: Smart Semantic Middleware for Overlay Architecture

Vagan Terziyan, Dmytro Zhovtobryukh, Artem Katasonov
2009 2009 Fifth International Conference on Networking and Services  
., GENI, DARPA's Active Networks, argue the need for programmability of the network components.  ...  To tackle these problems, PROFI intends utilization of semantic languages (RDF-based) for declarative specification of network elements' behavior, and application of software agents as engines for executing  ...  Agents representing communicating resources must be configured appropriately to handle all necessary trust management activities between the corresponding communication parties.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icns.2009.8 dblp:conf/icns/TerziyanZK09 fatcat:nern4xsb5ncmbjprhzbivhtl2e

Organization of management and structure in local networks internet of things

U. A. Vishniakou, A. H. Al-Masri, S. K. Al-Haji
2020 Sistemnyj Analiz i Prikladnaâ Informatika  
The analysis of management technologies both in the network structures of infocommunications, based on the NSMP, and on local networks of the Io T.  ...  Implementation this Internet of things network is being developed using LTE technology.  ...  Management objects are resources that need to be managed (active network equipment, workstations, servers, etc.).  ... 
doi:10.21122/2309-4923-2020-2-11-16 fatcat:bbicbyacjzg7hkocpobzojby2e

The Phoenix framework: a practical architecture for programmable networks

D. Putzolu, S. Bakshi, S. Yadav, R. Yavatkar
2000 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Mobile agent systems make the network very flexible as an agent can extend the network device capability on demand at run time.  ...  The objective of the Phoenix framework is to make it easier to deploy new network services and allow comprehensive control over the use and management of network resources and services.  ...  These interfaces are the only method available to agents for programming and managing an active device.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.825654 fatcat:mkmiav63yrdhnahzgnb7d6jipe

Transportation system architecture for intelligent management [chapter]

J Szpytko
2009 Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation  
The paper is focusing on transportation system architecture for intelligent management, especially in sea transport and transportation technology.  ...  Moreover control models of large-scale distributed enterprises systems and transport active knowledge base management model have been presented.  ...  The activity execution subsystem (AES) agent coordinates agents operating on A-th level in a sub-network.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9780203869345.ch96 fatcat:vadb5flrbfh5thfiqsofku5i6y


2013 Journal of Computer Science  
We propose an RFID agent-based architecture that adopts intelligent agent technology with an RFID based applications.  ...  The proposed framework includes a design of intelligent mobile shopping cart equipped with both RFID and agent technologies.  ...  The cart's mobile agent communicates with the back-end RFID application via the wireless supermarket network.  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2013.699.707 fatcat:6vwt75hvkfhahmkfm776jxphde

Middleware services for interoperability in open mobile agent systems

Paolo Bellavista, Antonio Corradi, Cesare Stefanelli
2001 Microprocessors and microsystems  
The paper also presents an application scenario in the area of network, systems and service management, where the interoperability components permit the interworking of SOMA agents, SNMP-compliant elements  ...  and management, and the framework for standard agent platforms and communication languages.  ...  For instance, Voyager [29] permits agents to be activated via an applet interface; it additionally allows access from and to external objects via CORBA.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0141-9331(01)00100-4 fatcat:7a7tbpft7ncsxatukdlctytrhq

Active distributed management for IP networks

R. Kawamura, R. Stadler
2000 IEEE Communications Magazine  
This motivates us to introduce a new management architecture, named Active Distributed Management, which exploits the active network and mobile agent paradigms and provides the properties of distributed  ...  control and programmability inside the network.  ...  NETWORK MANAGEMENT USING ACTIVE TECHNOLOGIES ACTIVE TECHNOLOGIES Different types of active technologies have been investigated over the last several years.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.833567 fatcat:rntr7xpzpzebdkhqvvigdikaqy

Software agents-enabled systems coalition for integrated manufacturing processes and supply chain management

Shaw C. Feng, Heli Helaakoski, Harri Haapasalo, Janne Kipina
2007 International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management (IJMTM)  
The initial implementation of the framework has been tested by a prototype multi-agent system in a steel product business network and a manufacturing network.  ...  In order to use agents in manufacturing applications, a software agentenabled process integration framework for manufacturing and supply chain management has been developed and is described in this paper  ...  SIMA supports NIST projects applying information technologies and standards-based approaches to solve manufacturing software integration problems.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijmtm.2007.013183 fatcat:d5w5wy3tfneanl6tzm45n72qbi


Waldemar Nowakowski
2017 Theoretical & Applied Science  
Network technologies are helpful in achieving this condition.  ...  Next, taking this method into account, the author developed network management software.  ...  The first activity during parameterization of the NMS is a network scan in order to detect devices (SNMP agents).  ... 
doi:10.15863/tas.2017.04.48.5 fatcat:erlvggnlmzh6rjyqn5666idqqe
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