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Autonomic QoS management and supervision system for Home Networks

Lionel Molinier 1, 2 Emna Ghedira Molinier 2 Mathieu Ligocki 1 Romain Francois 1 Guy Pujolle 2
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Abstract : Broadband access to the Internet at home was the first step in the emergence of so called Home Networks. In a close future, the number of appliance connected will rise and the network will become the home backbone. This lead us to a mesh architecture, in which routing will be mandatory. This paper introduces a complete system to, first, pilot the forwarding in order to ensure a proper quality of experience; and secondly to monitor and diagnosis the network from the ISP-network in order to reduce OPEX. The system is based on the knowledge plane composed of agents embedded on devices.
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Lionel Molinier, Emna Ghedira Molinier, Mathieu Ligocki, Romain Francois, Guy Pujolle. Autonomic QoS management and supervision system for Home Networks. WD 2009 - 2nd IFIP Wireless Days Conference, Dec 2009, Paris, France. pp.1-6, ⟨10.1109/WD.2009.5449648⟩. ⟨hal-00631619⟩

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