publication . Article . Conference object . 2011

a resilience case study

Alberto Schaeffer-Filho; Paul Smith; Andreas Mauthe;
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  • Published: 21 Mar 2011
Abstract
Networks must be resilient to challenges such as malicious attacks or network overload and adapt their operation in an autonomous manner. Network simulations enable the testing of complex network scenarios (which would be difficult to emulate using actual hardware) in an inexpensive manner. However, it is difficult to evaluate resilience strategies that involve the interplay between a number of detection and remediation mechanisms that must be activated on demand according to events observed in the network (as opposed to hardcoded protocols). In this paper we propose the notion of a policy-based resilience simulator based on the integration of a network simulato...
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free text keywords: Psychological resilience, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Network management station, On demand, Distributed computing, Complex network, Implementation, Network simulation, Survivability, Computer science
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