Mohamed Bakhouya

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Network-on-Chip (NoC) has been proposed as an alternative to bus-based schemes to achieve high performance and scalability in System-on-Chip (SoC) design. Performance analysis and evaluation of on-chip interconnect architectures are widely based on simulations, which become computationally expensive, especially for large-scale NoCs. In this paper, a Network(More)
In this paper we consider two social organizations – service-oriented communities and fractal organizations – and discuss how their main characteristics provide an answer to several shortcomings of traditional organizations. In particular, we highlight their ability to tap into the vast basins of “social energy” of our societies. This is done through the(More)
Mobile agent is a program that can migrate from a machine to another in a network and perform tasks on machines that provide agent hosting capability. The agent can clone itself in order to increase system robustness and efficiency. The clone operation creates multiple instances of an agent to run on different machines. However, increasing agent population(More)
The clonal selection is a mechanism used by the natural immune system to select cells that recognize the antigens to proliferate. The proliferated cells are subject to an affinity maturation process, which improves their affinity to the selective antigens. The concept of clonal selection is a vitally important one to the success of the human immune system,(More)
Position-based routing protocols were recently proposed as a solution to non-scalable topology-based routing protocols for large scale mobile ad hoc networks. In these position-based routing protocols, nodes may not maintain explicit routes. Each node needs only to know its own position and the position of its one-hop neighbors to forward packets. In this(More)