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2010 IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium Workshops
Recently, the autonomic communication networks paradigm has been introduced as a solution to the increasing management complexity of communication networks in the Future Internet. In order to encompass the large-scale nature of these networks, a general consensus has been reached that the supporting autonomic management architectures should be distributed for scalability reasons. However, several open issues related to the distribution of autonomic components remain to be solved. In this paper,doi:10.1109/nomsw.2010.5486571 fatcat:ti6pyzu5ljglpncl75kt5xfy4q