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service placement in ad hoc networks schiller jochen wittenburg georg

A good service configuration reduces overall network traffic and latency, and it can. They are novel in that they take the communication between service instances into account which is required to synchronize the global state of the service. In Klaus Wehrle, Mesut G√ľnes, and James Gross, editors, , chapter 16, pages 359-384. Seminar at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand, March 2007. A good service configuration reduces overall network traffic and latency, and it ca. Service placement is the process of selecting an optimal set of nodes to host the implementation of a service in light of a given service demand and network topology.

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Dr. Georg Wittenburg

service placement in ad hoc networks schiller jochen wittenburg georg

As a consequence, service provisioning improves significantly with regard to its reliability and timeliness, while at the same time causing less network traffic. . The key advantage of active service placement in ad hoc networks is that it allows for the service configuration to be adapted continuously at run time. The set of nodes that host a service instance is referred to as the service configuration. A good service configuration increases the performance of a service according to application-specific quality metrics, while at the same time potentially reducing the overall network load. Service placement is the process of selecting an optimal set of nodes to host the implementation of a service in light of a given service demand and network topology.

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CiteSeerX ‚ÄĒ Service Placement in Ad Hoc Networks (Extended Abstract)

service placement in ad hoc networks schiller jochen wittenburg georg

In order to optimize the performance of the network over which a service host provides a service to client nodes, it is necessary to continuously adapt the logical network topology to both external e. State of the Art in Wireless Sensor Networks. Recent proposals advocate that nodes should dynamically choose which nodes in the network are to provide application-level services to other nodes. The main questions addressed by service placement are: How many instances of the same service should be available in the network and cooperate to process clients' service requests; where these service instances should be placed, i. A good service configuration increases the performance of a service according to application-specific quality metrics, while at the same time potentially reducing the overall network load. Abstract Background Service provisioning in ad hoc networks is challenging given the difficulties of communicating over a wireless channel and the heterogeneity and mobility of devices. The work examines the properties of this approach to service placement and compares it with other recent proposals in simulations using the network simulator ns-2.

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Service Placement in Ad Hoc Networks (Extended Abstract)

service placement in ad hoc networks schiller jochen wittenburg georg

The key advantage of active service placement in ad hoc networks is that it allows for the service configuration to be adapted continuously at run time. PhD thesis, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany, October 2010. Service provisioning in ad hoc networks is challenging given the difficulties of communicating over a wireless channel and the potential heterogeneity and mobility of the devices that form the network. The main benefit of this approach is that the service configuration, i. The key advantage of active service placement in ad hoc networks is that it allows for the service configuration to be adapted continuously at run time. The service instances of a distributively operating service are exact copies of the software component that provides the service, including both the executable binary and the application-level data. Service placement is the process of selecting an optimal set of des to host the implementation of a service in light of a given service demand and network topology.

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service placement in ad hoc networks schiller jochen wittenburg georg

The process of selecting an optimal service configuration, i. Abstract Background Service provisioning in ad hoc networks is challenging given the difficulties of communicating over a wireless channel and the heterogeneity and mobility of devices. In order to optimize the performance of the network as a whole, it is necessary to continuously adapt the logical network topology to both external e. The main questions addressed by service placement are: How many instances of the same service should be available in the network and cooperate to process clients' service requests; where these service instances should be placed, i. Modeling the Network Layer and Routing Protocols. Event Detection in Wireless Sensor Networks.

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Service Placement in Ad Hoc Networks (Extended Abstract)

service placement in ad hoc networks schiller jochen wittenburg georg

In order to optimize the performance of the network over which a service host provides a service to client nodes, it is necessary to continuously adapt the logical network topology to both external e. Service placement is the process of selecting an optimal set of nodes to host the implementation of a service in light of a given service demand and network topology. The process of selecting an optimal service configuration, i. Furthermore, when calculating the optimal timing of their placement decisions, the two algorithms explicitly consider the overhead of the actions required for implementing changes to the current service configuration. They are novel in that they take the communication between service instances into account which is required to synchronize the global state of the service. The key advantage of active service placement in ad hoc networks is that it allows for the service configuration to be adapted continuously at run time.

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CiteSeerX ‚ÄĒ Service Placement in Ad Hoc Networks (Extended Abstract)

service placement in ad hoc networks schiller jochen wittenburg georg

The set of nodes that host a service instance is referred to as the service configuration. Master's thesis, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Freie Universit√§t Berlin, Berlin, Germany, November 2005. The service instances of a distributively operating service are exact copies of the software component that provides the service, including both the executable binary and the application-level data. Dimensions Weight 207 g Width 155 mm Height 235 mm Editorial Details Edition Statement 2012 Excludes: Central America and Caribbean, Europe, Middle East, North America;, South America, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan Republic, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Georgia, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Maldives, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Russian Federation. In Computer Networks, 55 18 :4086-4100, December 2011. In Klaus Wehrle, Mesut G√ľnes, and James Gross, editors, , chapter 6, pages 83-98.

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Dr. Georg Wittenburg

service placement in ad hoc networks schiller jochen wittenburg georg

Description Service provisioning in ad hoc networks is challenging given the difficulties of communicating over a wireless channel and the potential heterogeneity and mobility of the devices that form the network. The main benefit of this approach is that the service configuration, i. Recent proposals advocate that nodes should dynamically choose which nodes in the network are to provide application-level services to other nodes. Bachelor thesis, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany, August 2003. The results suggest that this approach to service provisioning in ad hoc networks is a viable alternative to established architectures. In Fei Hu and Qi Hao, editors, , chapter 20, pages 441-458. Service placement is the process of selecting an optimal set of nodes to host the implementation of a service in light of a given service demand and network topology.

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