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HIMALIS: Heterogeneity Inclusion and Mobility Adaptation through Locator ID Separation in New Generation Network
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This paper presents the Heterogeneity Inclusion and Mobility Adaptation through Locator ID Separation (HIMALIS) architecture for the New Generation Network, which includes a new naming scheme for generating host names and IDs and uses such information to manage network dynamism and heterogeneity in network layer protocols.
Mobility Management in HIMALIS Architecture
  • Ved P. Kafle, M. Inoue
  • Computer Science
    7th IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking…
  • 9 January 2010
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HIMALIS (Heterogeneity Inclusion and Mobility Adaptation through Locator ID Separation) architecture uses a logical control network to store and distribute bindings among host names, IDs and locators for supporting mobility.
Reinforcement learning based dynamic resource migration for virtual networks
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Simulation results show that the proposed dynamic resource migration method can increase the number of times that non-urgent VNs' QoS requirements are satisfied in comparison with a static resource assignment method, and it is shown that, depending on traffic variation and parameter configuration, applying reinforcement learning can increase of times the QoS requirement is satisfied compared to the dynamic method with completely random resource selection.
Introducing multi-ID and multi-locator into network architecture
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It is expected that introduction of the ID/locator split concept into the new generation network or future Internet architecture can bring about additional functions, such as heterogeneous network protocol support, multicast, QoS, resource or service discovery, and flexible human-network interaction.
Open the Way to Future Networks - A Viewpoint Framework from ITU-T
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The background and the context of FNs’ standardization, the results and future plans originated from the initial standardization work performed by ITU-T are presented.
Secure and scalable mobility management scheme for the Internet of Things integration in the future internet architecture
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This work analyses the security challenges for the HIMALIS Heterogeneity Inclusion and Mobility Adaptation through Locator ID Separation architecture for the particularities from the Internet of Things and the ID/Locator management messages vulnerable to attacks.
An ID/locator split architecture for future networks
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A naming system to configure host-names and identifiers and map them to locators and a network architecture based on the ID/locator split concept and the naming system is proposed that allows the network layer to change protocols and locators without disturbing the upper-layer communication sessions.
Consideration On Automation of 5G Network Slicing with Machine Learning
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The envisioned 5G network slicing is introduced and the necessity of automation of network functions for the design, construction, deployment, operation, control and management of network slices is elaborate and the machine learning techniques that can be applied for the automation ofnetwork functions are revisited.
Locator ID Separation for Mobility Management in the New Generation Network
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This paper presents the mobility-related functions of the recently proposed locator ID separation-based network architectures, and outlines their limitations and list some possible extensions that will be needed if they are to be deployed in the new generation network.
Toward future networks: A viewpoint from ITU-T
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The background and the context of FNs' standardization are presented, and the deliverables and future plans originated from the initial standardization work performed by ITU-T are presented.
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