Smart communications network management through a synthesis of distributed intelligence and information

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Conference Proceeding
IFIP International Federation for Information Processing, 2008, 276 pp. 415 - 419
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Demands on communications networks to support bundled, interdependent communications services (data, voice, video) are increasing in complexity. Smart network management techniques are required to meet this demand. Such management techniques are envisioned to be based on two main technologies: (i) embedded intelligence; and (ii) up-to-the-millisecond delivery of performance information. This paper explores the idea of delivery of intelligent network management as a synthesis of distributed intelligence and information, obtained through information mining of network performance. © 2008 International Federation for Information Processing.
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