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Self-Reconfigurable Wireless Mesh Networks

Kyu-Han Kim, Kang G. Shin
2011 IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking  
This paper presents an Autonomous network Reconfiguration System (ARS) that enables a multi-radio WMN to autonomously recover from local link failures to preserve network performance.  ...  During their lifetime, multi-hop wireless mesh networks (WMNs) experience frequent link failures caused by channel interference, dynamic obstacles and/or applications' bandwidth demands.  ...  Maintaining the performance of WMNs in the face of dynamic link failures remains a challenging problem [18] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/tnet.2010.2096431 fatcat:wthucjwprzfhtjbj4qexsvcp34

A declarative approach for secure and robust routing

Palanivel A. Kodeswaran, Anupam Joshi, Timothy W. Finin, Filip Perich
2010 Proceedings of the 3rd ACM workshop on Assurable and usable security configuration - SafeConfig '10  
A distributed collection of software agents use the high-level policies and a custom argumentation protocol to share and reason over information about routing failures, diagnose probable causes, and correct  ...  We describe an implemented approach that uses a declarative language for specifying network-wide routing policies to automatically configure routers and show how it can also be used by software agents  ...  Simulation We now illustrate a simple example evaluating our approach in the presence of link failures using CBGP [20] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/1866898.1866906 dblp:conf/safeconfig/KodeswaranJFP10 fatcat:vfzhjpddyrd2vhj2lgsyl4bgl4

Intelligent Dynamic Network Reconfiguration

Juan Ramon Acosta, Dimiter R. Avresky
2007 2007 IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium  
The proposed strategy consists of: 1) Activate Agent NetReconf recursively, if a new node/link failure occurs and the reconfiguration of a different failure was started, 2) Use a pair of gateway nodes  ...  Dynamic network reconfiguration is a technique in which the routing tables of the nodes in the vicinity of a failure are updated in real-time.  ...  In the third stage, the authors will elaborate a performance characterization of Agent NetReconf and will compare it with exiting message based dynamic reconfiguration algorithms.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ipdps.2007.370606 dblp:conf/ipps/AcostaA07 fatcat:ja6b5qri4vactnwcbuyjcr6jgq

Adaptable Demonstrator Platform for the Simulation of Distributed Agent-Based Automotive Systems

Philipp Weiss, Sebastian Nagel, Andreas Weichslgartner, Sebastian Steinhorst, Jyotirmoy V. Deshmukh
2020 Design, Automation, and Test in Europe  
Future autonomous vehicles will no longer have a driver as a fallback solution in case of critical failure scenarios.  ...  We discuss the advantages and limitations of this platform and present an exemplary demonstrator configuration running an agent-based graceful degradation approach.  ...  As there will be no driver as a fallback solution in autonomously driving cars, these systems have to be designed to maintain operation in the presence of critical ECU or software failures.  ... 
doi:10.4230/oasics.asd.2020.3 dblp:conf/date/WeissNWS20 fatcat:6n7d52baqfekffydw6kah3tdmy

Bio-inspired monitoring of pervasive environments

Apostolos Malatras, Fei Peng, Beat Hirsbrunner
2011 2011 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops (PERCOM Workshops)  
To mitigate the drawbacks brought by the inherent nature of pervasive environments, i.e. dynamicity, heterogeneity and scalability of the network infrastructure, we propose to employ P2P overlay networks  ...  In particular, we take advantage of bioinspired self-organization mechanisms to construct reliable P2P overlays and thus provide more robust and adaptive monitoring solutions.  ...  and suffer from the presence of a single point of failure.  ... 
doi:10.1109/percomw.2011.5766908 dblp:conf/percom/MalatrasPH11 fatcat:5pdepginpzex3l2ffurefpk4ou

Modeling defaults of companies in multi-stage supply chain networks

Kamil J. Mizgier, Stephan M. Wagner, Janusz A. Holyst
2012 International Journal of Production Economics  
The dynamics of production in the supply chain network which we observe is nonlinear due to the random failures in processes of orders and production.  ...  We will use agent-based modeling (ABM) in order to analyze how local defaults of supply chain participants propagate through the dynamic supply chain network and form avalanches of bankruptcy.  ...  chain network with the dynamically changing links between nodes is a nonstationary system.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijpe.2010.09.022 fatcat:keeqtp4fvnce3cd3dg2whcrksi

Dynamic Data Driven Application Simulation of Surface Transportation Systems [chapter]

R. Fujimoto, R. Guensler, M. Hunter, H. -K. Kim, J. Lee, J. Leonard, M. Palekar, K. Schwan, B. Seshasayee
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The overall architecture is described as well as current work to implement and evaluate the effectiveness of this approach for a portion the Atlanta metropolitan area in the context of a hypothesized emergency  ...  A project concerned with applying Dynamic Data Driven Application Simulations (DDDAS) to monitor and manage surface transportation systems is described.  ...  The current CORSIM network contains 3,227 nodes (1,940 surface nodes and 1,287 freeway nodes) and 5,974 links (4,764 surface links and 1,210 freeway links).  ... 
doi:10.1007/11758532_57 fatcat:m7ris474ynhj5g7sjlqdngruoq

A Metabolic Approach to Protocol Resilience [chapter]

Christian Tschudin, Lidia Yamamoto
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
for ambient intelligence and other networks of small devices, the dynamic placing of middle-box elements such as proxies and caches, and so on.  ...  Section 5 presents our current conclusions and ideas to motivate a new branch of autonomic communication dedicated to resilient and self-healing code for autonomic network protocols.  ...  These classic robustness protocols focus on external events such as node or link failure, link errors or congestion and are not robust to failure of the protocol implementation itself, except if the failure  ... 
doi:10.1007/11520184_15 fatcat:tfq4n7c4kvhvljoaqsbjlnh3mi

A Framework for Reconfiguration-Based Fault-Tolerance in Distributed Systems [chapter]

Stefano Porcarelli, Marco Castaldi, Felicita Di Giandomenico, Andrea Bondavalli, Paola Inverardi
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The framework is based on Lira, an agent distributed infrastructure for remote control and reconfiguration, and a decision maker for selecting suitable new configurations.  ...  The paper describes a framework which provides fault tolerance of components based applications by detecting failures through monitoring and by recovering through system reconfiguration.  ...  This work has been partially supported by the Italian Ministry for University, Science and Technology Research (MIUR), project "Stru-menti, Ambienti e Applicazioni Innovative per la Societa' dell'Informazione  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-25939-8_8 fatcat:62milhqlzjguvaly6otfeuxlkq

Enabling Delegation of Control Plane Functionalities for Time Sensitive Networks

N. Sambo, S. Fichera, A. Sgambelluri, G. Fioccola, P. Castoldi, K. Katsalis
2021 IEEE Access  
Experiments of failure recovery are carried out and measurements are presented comparing the FSM-based solution with a fully-centralized reactive restoration.  ...  An SDN controller proactively instructs network elements on the reconfigurations to perform locally if some specific events occur (e.g., failures, performance degradations).  ...  For example, for large networks, in the presence of failures, fast network recovery is not easy to achieve.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3116880 fatcat:76wov4a35vbl7hp6uijkfyhziy

Adaptation of System Configuration under the Robot Operating System

Jonathan M. Aitken, Sandor M. Veres, Mark Judge
2014 IFAC Proceedings Volumes  
Orthogonality of a library and a system graph is defined and redundancy levels of robot components are studied for maintaining full functionality of the robot by automated reconfiguration in face of hardware  ...  This paper lays down the foundations of developing a reconfigurable control system within the Robot Operating System (ROS) for autonomous robots.  ...  The control structure is then part of the dynamic network, as it is fundamentally de-localised amongst the sensors and actuators of the system.  ... 
doi:10.3182/20140824-6-za-1003.02531 fatcat:brench5mkbcu3griq4vegseire

On connectivity of reconfigurable impact networks in ageless aerospace vehicles

Mikhail Prokopenko, Peter Wang, Mark Foreman, Philip Valencia, Don Price, Geoff Poulton
2005 Robotics and Autonomous Systems  
In particular, we address the problem of forming a reconfigurable network (a minimum spanning tree) connecting cells that detected non-critical impacts, in presence of connectivity disruptions caused by  ...  Such networks are expected to detect and react to multiple impacts and damage over a wide range of impact energies.  ...  The authors are grateful to other members of the AAV project for many open and motivating discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.robot.2005.06.003 fatcat:mjim5inzvvh27etj5wce5s5qkm

Service Clouds: Distributed Infrastructure for Adaptive Communication Services

Farshad Samimi, Philip Mckinley, S. Sadjadi, Chiping Tang, Jonathan Shapiro, Zhinan Zhou
2007 IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management  
The infrastructure combines adaptive middleware functionality with an overlay network substrate in order to support dynamic instantiation and reconfiguration of services.  ...  Index Terms-Adaptive communication, self-managing system, overlay network, service composition, mobile computing, autonomic computing, quality of service. U.S.  ...  This work was supported in part by the  ... 
doi:10.1109/tnsm.2007.070901 fatcat:nnwerk6sfnhlfilj4ylmcxu26e

A Unified Distributed Computing Framework with Mobile Multi-Agent Systems and Virtual Machines for Large-Scale Applications: From the Internet-of-Things to Sensor Clouds

Stefan Bosse
2015 Position Papers of the 2015 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems  
A novel and unified design approach for reliable distributed and parallel data processing in wide-area and largescale networks consisting of high-and of low-resource nodes (ranging from generic computers  ...  Agent mobility crossing different execution platforms, agent interaction by using tuple-space databases, and agent code reconfiguration enable the design of reliable distributed sensor and information  ...  Adaptation of the agent behaviour, i.e., based on learning, offers a reliable reaction mechanism in the presence of environmental changes, e.g., changes in network connectivity or node failures, ensuring  ... 
doi:10.15439/2015f252 dblp:conf/fedcsis/Bosse15 fatcat:6tvc6hou6bejdov5vtiys3qxwu

Using cognitive radio principles for wireless resource management in home networking

E. Meshkova, Z. Wang, J. Nasreddine, D. Denkovski, C. Zhao, K. Rerkrai, T. Farnham, A. Ahmad, A. Gefflaut, L. Gavrilovska, P. Mahonen
2011 2011 IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC)  
The proposed system is able to autonomously optimize the performance of network nodes in a dynamic environment according to the goals, restrictions and policy regulations formulated by network stakeholders  ...  The demand for higher data rates, capacity and better quality-of-service is constantly growing for home networks. Therefore, there is a pressing need for efficient use of wireless network resources.  ...  We thank the collaborators in the ARAGORN consortium for their contributions, especially B. Motz, V. Atanasovski and M. Petrova.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ccnc.2011.5766566 dblp:conf/ccnc/MeshkovaWNDZRFA11 fatcat:4vkl3wvvd5ahjcgjvu5cwdargi
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