Active MIB: Addressing Challenges of Wireless Mesh Networks

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Computer Aided Systems Theory - EUROCAST 2007, 2007, pp. 1199 - 1207
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There is a list of very much needed object-oriented and autonomous paradigms that are currently absent from traditional implementations of MIBs in telecommunication systems. We argue that some of autonomous features can be inherent in an application of an Active MIB mechanism itself, and thus this type of application would be a more appropriate substrate in which to model, develop and integrate the benefits brought by the object-oriented approach. In our work, we claim that active networks are such an application area, in which the object-oriented and autonomous system ideas can be successfully applied. The objective of this research paper is to demonstrate applicability and compatibility of the AMIB concept with functional and architectural requirements of wireless mesh networks. This paper introduces new approaches for using AMIB-based mechanisms in telecommunication networks as well as discusses autonomic processes and algorithms that can be used to manage such networks.
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