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Designing expert systems for real-time diagnosis of self-correcting networks

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2 Author(s)
Sutter, M.T. ; Network Equipment Technol., Redwood City, CA, USA ; Zeldin, P.E.

The authors discuss design issues that they have encountered during an investigation of expert systems for network management that they believe to be generic to the real-time diagnosis of self-correcting networks. By real-time they mean that the diagnostic system must keep pace with a dynamic process, that is, the flow of alarms from intelligent network elements. The objective is to present the operator with a set of recommended actions rather than large volumes of raw alarm data. They outline the general requirements of such a system and then suggest how each can be addressed using an expert-system approach.<>

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Network, IEEE  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 5 )