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Switching theory approach to alarm correlation in network management

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2 Author(s)
Aboelela, E. ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., Southern Connecticut State Univ., CT, USA ; Douligeris, C.

Several working or experimental management systems use expert systems techniques for fault management purposes. Although the effort in the area is still growing, most of the expert fault management systems developed were built in an ad-hoc and unstructured basis simply transferring the knowledge of the human expert into an automated system. However, to meet future challenges, a theoretical foundation for fault management must be established aiming to bridge the gap between the working systems and research, and to provide a general structured model easily expandable to future networks. In this paper an algorithm is proposed to simplify the set of clustered alarms. This algorithm is based on the techniques widely used in the logic design field to simplify switching functions. The performance of the proposed algorithm is analyzed and the results are compared to those of a traditional algorithm

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Local Computer Networks, 2000. LCN 2000. Proceedings. 25th Annual IEEE Conference on

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2000

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