Marco Rolando

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Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDSs) can be composed of a potentially large number of sensors, which monitor the traffic flowing in the network. Deciding <i>where</i> sensors should be placed and <i>what</i> information they need in order to detect the desired attacks can be a demanding task for network administrators, one that should be made as(More)
The coordination of devices during the execution of services in AmI systems is of paramount importance. Effective solutions are based on planning techniques and multiagent technologies. Literature focuses on the analysis of the most appropriate planner and leaves open the technological issues. In this paper we show the limitations of the multiagent(More)
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