Andreas Louca

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Autonomic network platforms aim to solve the shortcomings of traditional static network technologies by enabling the capability to evolve. They propose a functional alternative to current infrastructures whereby applications do not need to conform to the limitations of the network, but the network does its best to optimise itself to application requirements(More)
With the exponential growth of current computer networks, the need for autonomic network management is clearly increasing. While there have been many attempts to tackle autonomicity in network management environments, the platforms are too specific and apply only to very specific environments. A different approach is presented in this paper whose the(More)
We tried to summarise our personal experience showing that a high percentage of psychotic post-partum breaks may be treated in a day unit using tritherapy. We described the advantages for a collective institutional therapy, the tritherapy, especially regarding to the treatment of schizophrenic crises. The treatment we propose for the post-partum psychotic(More)
There was consistent excess of males in the offspring of all mating types with an overall proportion of males (53.1 p: 100) significantly different from the 50:50 ratio. Intersexes (6.0 p. 100) were found only when both parents were polled (Pp X Pp matings). The percentage of intersexes corresponds to an expressivity Y2 = .48 of the P genes for that trait(More)
There is a gap between the increasing complexity of computer networks and the human operators ability to manage them. This gap, likely to become bigger in the coming years, needs to be addressed by more dynamic and autonomic management techniques. The ultimate aim is to provide the network with the functionality to manage itself. This paper outlines an(More)
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