Tereska Karran

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The major drawbacks of existing Distributed Knowledge Management Architectures (DKMAs) are highlighted and a new organic reference architecture, which solves most of those drawbacks, is presented. The proposed reference architecture is based on a well-known organic model, the Viable Systems Model (VSM). The viable systems architecture provides a structure(More)
The paper describes development of a generic architecture for the intelligent reconfiguration of the wireless mobile networks within the EC funded Framework V CAST Project. The CAST demonstrator, currently being developed and integrated, is intended to evaluate some of the fundamental concepts of the proposed architecture, within the technological(More)
Next generation mobile networks have great potential in providing personalised and effcient quality of service by using re-confgurable platforms. The foundation is the concept of software radio where both the mobile terminal and the serving network can be re-configurable. This approach becomes more effective when combined with historic-basedprediction(More)
4 Generation wireless networks will require much more flexibility than 3G systems. This means that the network should adjust itself according to its load and the users’ demand. To provide these features we need flexible reconfigurable network elements, which can be implemented by means of SoftWare Radio (SWR) concepts and intelligent decision-making(More)