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When we talk about co-evolution, we often consider it as competitive co-evolution (CompCE). Examples include co-evolution of training data and neural networks, co-evolution of game players, and so on. Recently, several researchers have studied another kind of co-evolution — cooperative co-evolution (CoopCE). While CompCE tries to get more competitive(More)
There is an increasing demand for secure communication services that can dynamically reflect user needs. Conventional dedicated services such as an Internet VPN or IPVPN using IPsec and MPLS have inherent shortcomings, making it difficult for them to dynamically reflect user requirements when faced with limited network resources. It is also quite important(More)
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