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An autonomic framework for reliable multicast: A game theoretical approach based on social psychology
Markos P. Anastasopoulos, Athanasios V. Vasilakos, Panayotis G. Cottis
Article No.: 21
A major challenge in wireless terrestrial networks is to provide large-scale reliable multicast and broadcast services. The main problem limiting the scalability of such networks is feedback implosion, a problem arising when a large number of...
An immunologically-inspired autonomic framework for self-organizing and evolvable network applications
Chonho Lee, Junichi Suzuki
Article No.: 22
Network applications are increasingly required to be autonomous, scalable, adaptive to dynamic changes in the network, and survivable against partial system failures. Based on the observation that various biological systems have already satisfied...
In this article we study the data dissemination problem in which data items are flooded to all the moving objects in a mobile ad hoc network by peer-to-peer transfer. We show that if memory and bandwidth are bounded at moving objects, then the...
M-AID: An adaptive middleware built upon anomaly detectors for intrusion detection and rational response
Zonghua Zhang, Hong Shen
Article No.: 24
Anomaly-based intrusion detection is about the discrimination of malicious and legitimate behaviors on the basis of the characterization of system normality in terms of particular observable subjects. As the system normality is constructed solely...
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Article No.: 25