Realizing self-management via self-optimization in dynamic networks: Two examples of dynamic resource allocation

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The primary goals of self-management are twofold: cost reduction and automated adaptive control of complex network operations. The optimal allocation of resources in dynamic networks has emerged as a recurrent denominator for a branch of self-optimization problems. Like most algorithms for self-management, traditional optimization algorithms are challenged… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/bltj.20464

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