January 2008, Wiley-ISTE
This book presents and explains all the techniques which integrate a certain level of intelligence (through intelligent software agents for example) in order to represent knowledge, take appropriate decisions, communicate with other entities and achieve a self-managing network.
Chapter 2. Adaptative and programmable management of IP Quality of Service (Miguel Castro, Dominique Gaiti, Abdallah M’Hamed and Djamal Zeghlache).
Chapter 3. Software agents for IP management (Anneli Lenica).
Chapter 4. The use of agents in policy-based management (Francine Krief).
Chapter 5. Multi-agent platforms (Zeina El Ferkh Jrad).
Chapter 6. Behavioral modeling and multi-agent simulation (Leila Merghem-Bourlahia).
Chapter 7. Behavioral modeling and simulation: an example in telecommunication networks (Leila Merghem-Bourlahia).
Chapter 8. Multi-agent system in a DiffServ network: behavioral models and platform (Nada Meskaoui).
Chapter 9. Intelligent agent control simulation in a telecommunications network (Hugues Lecarpentier).
Chapter 10. Agents and 3rd and 4th mobile generations (Badr Benmammar).
Chapter 11. Learning techniques in a mobile network (Sidi-Mohammed Senouci).
Chapter 12. An experimental example of active networks: the Amarrage project (Nadjib Achir, Yacine Ghamri-Doudane and Mauro Fonseca).
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