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Autonomous Smart Routing for Network QoS
Proceedings from International Conference On Autonomic Computing
  • Erol Gelenbe, Imperial College
  • Michael Gellman, Imperial College
  • Ricardo Lent, University of Central Florida
  • Peixiang Liu, Nova Southeastern University
  • Pu Su, University of Central Florida
Event Location / Date(s)
New York, NY / May 17-18, 2004
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Presentation Date
5-17-2004
ISSN or ISBN
0-7695-2114-2
Disciplines
Description

We present an autonomous adaptive quality of service (QoS) driven network system called a "cognitive packet network" (CPN), which adaptively selects paths so as to offer best effort QoS to the end users based on user defined QoS. CPN uses neural network based reinforcement learning to make routing decisions separately at each node. Measurements on an experimental test-bed are provided to show how the system responds to the choice of QoS goals. We also discuss and evaluate an extension of CPN that uses a genetic algorithm to generate and maintain paths from previously discovered information by matching their "fitness" with respect to the desired QoS.

DOI
10.1109/ICAC.2004.1301368
Citation Information
Erol Gelenbe, Michael Gellman, Ricardo Lent, Peixiang Liu, et al.. "Autonomous Smart Routing for Network QoS" Proceedings from International Conference On Autonomic Computing (2004) p. 232 - 239
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/peixiang-liu/3/