Distributed and Scalable Path Management by a System of Cooperating Ants

@inproceedings{Kjeldsen2008DistributedAS,
  title={Distributed and Scalable Path Management by a System of Cooperating Ants},
  author={Vebj\orn Kjeldsen and Otto Wittner and Poul E. Heegaard},
  booktitle={Communications in Computing},
  year={2008}
}
Path management in next generation networks will be computationally excessive if guarantied quality of service is to be offered. Route computations subject to many and changing requirements set forth by a range of applications is far from straight forward when applying state-of-the-art routing systems. Robust and adaptive swarm based systems are candidates to handle future path management challenges. One such system, the Cross Entropy Ants System (CEAS), provides stochastic, asynchronous and… CONTINUE READING
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