Ontology-based semantics for composable autonomic elements
Citation:J. Keeney, K. Carey, D. Lewis, D. O?Sullivan, V. Wade, `Ontology-based semantics for composable autonomic elements? in Workshop on AI in Autonomic Communications at 19th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Edinburgh, Scotland, 30/07 - 05/08 (2005)
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The complexity of modern communication networks requires an autonomic approach, where elements exhibit a degree of self-management which when combined provide a level of self-management for the network as a whole. The heterogeneity of elements however prompts a knowledge driven approach to their definition, composition and management in order to address problems of semantic interoperability. This paper proposes a semantic service based approach to the definition of elements in an autonomic network in order to enable ontological reasoning in support of composable self-management functions.
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