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Service Provisioning Framework for Self-Organized Networks

Authors Karoly Farkas, Lukas Ruf, Bernhard Plattner

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Karoly Farkas
Lukas Ruf
Bernhard Plattner

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Karoly Farkas, Lukas Ruf, and Bernhard Plattner. Service Provisioning Framework for Self-Organized Networks. In Service Management and Self-Organization in IP-based Networks. Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 4411, pp. 1-4, Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2005)


Mobile ad hoc networking, as a typical example of self-organized networks, is an emerging and promising communication paradigm. Not only the variety of devices but also the diversity of services is continuously increasing. Such services must be provisioned in a flexible and distributed way without central infrastructure. Thus, service deployment and management for such mobile devices are extremely difficult since a provisioning framework must cope with the high level of heterogeneity, degree of mobility, and take limited device resources into account. In this talk, we introduce SIRAMON, a generic, decentralized service provisioning framework for self-organized networks. SIRAMON integrates the required functions to deal with the full life- cycle of services. SIRAMON offers sufficient capabilities to specify, deploy, instantiate and manage not only trivial but also complex services like mobile ad hoc group applications.
  • Service Provisioning
  • Ad Hoc Networks
  • Self-Organization


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