Autonomic Service Configuration in Telecommunication MASs with Extended Role-based GAIA and JADEx

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Proceedings of ICSSSM '05. 2005 International Conference on Services Systems and Services Management. Volume 2, 2005, pp. 1319 - 1324
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Autonomic communications have attracted huge attention recently for the management of telecommunication networks in the European Network Research Community. The purpose of this research is to offer the abilities such as autonomy, scalability, adaptation as well as simplicity for management application in complex networks. The accomplished networks inspired by biological mechanisms or market-based concepts could enable agents to be of intelligence, scalability, and interoperability in the management functional domains with regards to the large volume requirements from services' fulfillment perspective in decentralized multiagent systems. In accordance with TMF and FIPA specifications and requirements, the autonomy attributes self-configuring, self-adapting, self-limiting, self-preserving, and self-optimizing are involved into our simulation. Resource allocation requests are bidded for a long session in the multiunit Vickrey-Clarke-Groves auction. This design adopts the software development methodology - GAIA and the framework - JADEx. We have shown multiple service configuration in dynamic network can be nearly optimized by autonomic behaviors via bidding according to business objectives for getting maximum revenues. We conclude this end-to-end approach maintains self-managing capability, easy-to-implement scalability, and more incentively compatible and efficient over other common implementation so that it could achieve the optimal solution to the flexible requirements for the service fulfillment for advanced IP networks.
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