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2010 Seventh IEEE International Conference and Workshops on Engineering of Autonomic and Autonomous Systems
Networks have become an integral part of the computing landscape, forming a global interconnection of a staggering number of heterogeneous systems and services. Current research focuses on policy based management and autonomous systems and involves the utilisation of very different languages and technologies in concert. This paper examines four current proposals for autonomous network management and analyses them using architectural modelling, against a measure of practicality, as expressed by scalability, reliability and maintainability.doi:10.1109/ease.2010.15 fatcat:i4ur6p5hbjbaxdneju7gfox5tm