Biologically inspired future service environment

Balasubramaniam, Sasitharan and Botvich, Dmitri and Carroll, Raymond and Mineraud, Julien and Nakano, Tadashi and Suda, Tatsuya and Donnelly, William (2011) Biologically inspired future service environment. Computer Networks, 55 (15). pp. 3423-3440. ISSN 1389-1286

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In recent years, a major factor that has attracted numerous users to the Internet is services, and it is anticipated that this trend will continue into the future. As the Internet of the future becomes increasingly service centric, this brings with it a number of well established challenges. With large volumes of services, service discovery becomes one of the most decisive issues, and even fundamental tasks such the management and maintenance of services become challenging. Also, as services evolve and change to meet users demands, an efficient delivery mechanism (routing and resource management) is required in the underlying network. In order to address these challenges, this paper proposes an integrated bio-inspired service management and distributed routing solution for future service environments. The proposed solution will demonstrate how biological processes can improve both the individual layers of service management and underlying infrastructure, as well as improve overall performance when these two layers are integrated. Simulation results are presented to help validate the proposed solution.

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Additional Information: Funding Information: The authors wish to acknowledge the following funding support: Science Foundation Ireland under Grant No. 08/SRC/I1403 (Federated, Autonomic Management of End-to-End Communications Services”), Science Foundation Ireland under Grant No. 09/SIRG/I1643 (A Biologically inspired framework supporting network management for the Future Internet”), as well as Irish HEA PRTLI Cycle 4 FutureComm programme. This work was also supported by research grants from the Nakajima Foundation, Japan.
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