Integrating Object-oriented O:XML Semantics into Autonomic Decentralised Functionalities

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IEEE CPS
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Conference Proceeding
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Proceedings 7th International Symposium on Communications and Information Technologies (ISCIT '07), 2007, 2007, pp. 768 - 773
Issue Date:
2007-01
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Autonomic Communications have attracted huge attention recently for telecommunication network management in the European Network Research Community. The aim of this research is to propose an Object-oriented O:MIB structure to replace current MIB architecture and establish a way of enabling O:XML technology into autonomic communications more efficiently with such abilities as autonomy, scalability, adaptation as well as simplicity for management application in complex networks. The autonomic features such as self-configuring, selfadapting, self-limiting, self-preserving, self-healing, self-protecting and selfoptimizing are able to be integrated into proposed O:XML-based agent framework. This paper presents an experiment that evaluates the performances of O:MIBs in terms of the loss rate, link utilization, management polling with regards to the congestion avoidance process. Simulation results show that O:MIBs provide compatibility with existing MIBs and is proved it is an efficient extension over traditional SNMP MIB approach in a view that the workload of manager is greatly reduced. We conclude this end-to-end approach maintains self-managing capability, easy-toimplement scalability by involving heterogeneous smart algorithms for variant tasks.
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