Review of Experiments in Self-Aware Networks
We show how “self-awareness”, through on-line self-monitoring and measurement, coupled with intelligent adaptive behaviour in response to observed data, can be used to offer quality of service to network users based on the “Cognitive Packet Network” (CPN) design.
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