A Biologically Inspired Service Architecture in Ubiquitous Computing Environments

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Active and Programmable Networks - Proceedings of IFIP International Federation for Information Processing 2009 - Lecture Notes In computer Science, 2009, pp. 253 - 258
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This paper describes the design of a scalable bio-mimetic framework in the management domain of complex Ubiquitous Service-Oriented Networks. An autonomous network service management platform - SwarmingNet is proposed. In this SwarmingNet architecture, the required network service processes are implemented by a group of highly diverse and autonomic objects. These objects are called TeleService Solons as elements of TeleService Holons, analogue to individual insects as particles of the whole colony. A group of TSSs have the capabilities of fulfilling the complex tasks relating to service discovery and service activation. We simulate a service configuration process for Multimedia Messaging Service, and a performance comparison is made between the bio-agents scheme and normal multi-agents scheme.
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