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An autonomic architecture to manage Ubiquitous Computing networks and applications

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4 Author(s)
Strassner, J. ; Telecommun. Syst. & Software Group, Waterford Inst. of Technol., Waterford, Ireland ; van der Meer, S. ; Jennings, B. ; De Leon, M.P.

The current Internet, while successful in many aspects, has a set of associated architectural and business problems that threaten its stability and inhibit new advances, such as seamlessly supporting ubiquitous computing applications. This paper proposes a set of autonomic mechanisms that can manage the future Internet. The context-aware governance features of this approach are particularly suitable for also enabling ubiquitous computing applications.

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Ubiquitous and Future Networks, 2009. ICUFN 2009. First International Conference on

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7-9 June 2009

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