2011 IEEE Fifth International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems 2011
DOI: 10.1109/saso.2011.15
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Abstract: Abstract-The area of self-stabilization in large scale networks has been received increasing attention among researchers, since self-stabilization provides a foundation for self-properties, including self-healing, self-organizing and self-adaptive. This paper makes contributions in two areas. First, we describe a new extended approach of selfstabilization, called self-stabilization with service guarantee. Second, we propose a self-stabilizing protocol computing and preserving the knowledge of neighbor clusters… Show more

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“…Ready allows just the control of T P actions by UHP in order to ensure the service guarantee of UHP protocol. For example, UHP can be the knowledge of neighbor clusters protocol proposed in [18], where the minimal service is "the permanent availability of paths leading to the head of each neighbor cluster". Ready is thus an interface that enables the implantation of self-stabilizing with service guarantee protocols on the top of T P protocol, as hierarchical routing protocols.…”
Section: Input Variablesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Ready allows just the control of T P actions by UHP in order to ensure the service guarantee of UHP protocol. For example, UHP can be the knowledge of neighbor clusters protocol proposed in [18], where the minimal service is "the permanent availability of paths leading to the head of each neighbor cluster". Ready is thus an interface that enables the implantation of self-stabilizing with service guarantee protocols on the top of T P protocol, as hierarchical routing protocols.…”
Section: Input Variablesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To overcome these drawbacks, the paradigm selfstabilization with service guarantee has been recently introduced in [17,20,18]. A protocol P is self-stabilizing with service guarantee if: (1) P is self-stabilizing; (2) from an arbitrary configuration, P quickly reaches a safe configuration, where a safety property is satisfied, so a minimal service is provided; (3) the safety property (minimal service) holds during progress of P towards the optimum service (i.e., during stabilization despite actions of P) and, (4) the safety property (minimal service) is also maintained despite the occurrences of some specific external disruptions, called highly tolerated disruptions, denoted HT D.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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