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    ADAPT: A Semantics-oriented Protocol Architecture

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    In contrast to todays rigid TCP/IP stack, modularized protocol frameworks provide the exibility to adapt to the heterogeneity of networking environments as seen by mobile users. However, it remains a challenge to automatically compose protocol modules according to the functional needs of applications, devices, and networks. For simplicity, the composition process typically relies on xed rule sets de ned at design time, such as class hierarchies or network layers. Thus, it defeats the very purpose of dynamically integrating current and upcoming non-standard protocols for diversified networking environments (e.g., MANET routing, cross-layer signaling, or WLAN positioning). Our end-system protocol framework Adapt achieves this exibility as its protocol composition is purely demand and functionality driven. It bases on ontological models which semantically describe the properties of protocols and the environment they operate in and which can be extended at run time. With this modeling, Adapt reasons about the functionality and quality of automatically composed and adapted protocol compounds and is open to existing and future protocols.

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    Title : ADAPT: A Semantics-oriented Protocol Architecture
    Author(s) : Stefan Götz, Christian Beckel, Tobias Heer, Klaus Wehrle
    Abstract : In contrast to todays rigid TCP/IP stack, modularized protocol frameworks provide the exibility to adapt to the heterogeneity of networking environments as seen by mobile users. However, it remains a challenge to automatically compose protocol modules according to the functional needs of applications, devices, and networks. For simplicity, the composition process typically relies on xed rule sets de ned at design time, such as class hierarchies or network layers. Thus, it defeats the very purpose of dynamically integrating current and upcoming non-standard protocols for diversified networking environments (e.g., MANET routing, cross-layer signaling, or WLAN positioning). Our end-system protocol framework Adapt achieves this exibility as its protocol composition is purely demand and functionality driven. It bases on ontological models which semantically describe the properties of protocols and the environment they operate in and which can be extended at run time. With this modeling, Adapt reasons about the functionality and quality of automatically composed and adapted protocol compounds and is open to existing and future protocols.
    Subject : unspecified
    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2008

    Affiliations Computer Science, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen
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    Conference_title : Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on SelfOrganizing Systems IWSOS
    Volume : 5343/2008
    Publisher : Springer Berlin / Heidelberg
    Pages : 287-292
    Url : http://api.mendeley.com/research/adapt-semanticsoriented-protocol-architecture/

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