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Architectural transformations in network services and distributed systems.

With the given work we decided to help not only the readers but ourselves, as the professionals who actively involved in the networking branch, with understanding the trends that have developed in recent two decades in distributed systems and networks.

Important architecture transformations of distributed systems have been examined. The examples of new architectural solutions are discussed. Robust quantum network architectures and topologies for entanglement distribution. Entanglement distribution is a prerequisite for several important quantum information processing and computing tasks, such as quantum teleportation, quantum key distributionand distributed quantum computing.

In this work, we focus on two-dimensional quantum networks based on optical quantum technologies using dual-rail photonic qubits for the building of a fail-safe quantum internet. We lay out a quantum network architecture ivaro entanglement distribution between distant parties using a Bravais lattice topology, with the technological constraint that quantum repeaters equipped with quantum memories are not easily accessible. We provide a robust protocol for simultaneous entanglement distribution between two distant groups of parties on this network.

We also discuss a memory-based quantum network architecture that can be implemented on networks with an arbitrary topology.

We examine networks with bow-tie lattice and Archimedean lattice topologies and use percolation theory to quantify the robustness of the networks. In particular, we provide figures of merit on the loss parameter of the optical medium that depend only on the topology filetypf the network and quantify the robustness of the network against intermittent photon loss and intermittent failure of nodes.

These figures of merit can be used to compare the robustness of different network topologies in order to determine the best topology in a given real-world scenario, which is critical in the realization of the quantum internet. Greening radio access networks using distributed base station architectures.


Several actions for developing environmentally friendly technologies have been taken in most industrial fields. Significant resources have also been devoted in mobile communications industry.

Moving towards eco-friendly alternatives is primarily a social fkletype for network operators However besides this, increasing energy efficiency represents a key factor for reducing operating expenses and fioetype cost effective mobile networks. This paper presents how distributed base station architectures can contribute in greening radio access networks. More specifically, the advantages Different subsystems have to be coordinated real-time and intelligent network nodes supporting complicated functionalities are necessary.

Distributed base station architectures are ideal for this purpose mainly because of their high degree of configurability and self Architecturedesign and protection icrao electrical distribution networks. Merchant ships and obviously warships require a low vulnerability, a high reliability and availability, a simple maintainability as well as an ordinary ode of operation. These constraints converge to an optimum single line diagram.

We will focus on the mode ja operation of the networkits constraints, the facilities to use a ring distribution for the ship service distribution system, the earthing of HV network as well as future developments.

fileytpe A heterogeneous set of system components monitored by a varied suite of sensors and a particle-filtering PF framework, with the icari and the flexibility to adapt to the different diagnostic and prognostic needs, has been developed. Both the diagnostic and prognostic tasks are formulated as a particle-filtering problem in order to explicitly represent and manage uncertainties in state estimation and remaining life estimation.

Current state-of-the-art prognostic health management PHM systems are mostly centralized in nature, where all the processing is reliant on a single processor.

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This can lead to a loss in functionality in case of a crash of the central processor or monitor. Furthermore, with increases in the volume of sensor data as well as the complexity of algorithms, traditional centralized systems become for a number of reasons somewhat ungainly for successful deployment, and efficient distributed architectures can be more beneficial.

The distributed health management architecture is comprised of a network of smart sensor devices. These devices monitor the health of various subsystems or modules. They perform diagnostics operations and trigger prognostics operations based on user-defined thresholds and rules. The sensor devices, called computing elements CEsconsist of a sensor, or set of sensors, and a communication device i. The CE runs in either a diagnostic or prognostic operating mode.


The diagnostic mode is the default gft where a Am monitors a given subsystem or component through a low-weight diagnostic algorithm.

If a CE detects a critical condition during monitoring, it raises a flag. Depending on availability of resources, a networked local cluster of CEs is formed that then carries out prognostics and fault mitigation by efficient distribution of fuletype tasks. It should be noted that the CEs are expected not to suspend their previous tasks in the prognostic mode. Distributed Network Architectures D1.

This document summarises a possible evolution of the merge of ICT network and EPS in the scope of a future electrical architecture. A general overview on several ciaro of the transmission and the distribution networks technical operation, trading, securing, defence plan and on several aspects of ICT improvement and risks has been given in previous work packages of the part I of the CRISP project.

This document brings a common point of view between the partners on this future merge of the various domains involved. The approach is based on the study of given application based on chosen cases, trying then to show a more general view on the whole system. The whole electrical system is not yet ready to work properly supply performances maintained at the same level with a lot of DG and DG-RES and at the same time with a new and complete electrical deregulated market.

The multiplication of actors production, transmission, distributioncustomers, local networks led by the rules of deregulation is an additional issue for planning and operating correctly the network in the long term.

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The interactions expected between the low level of the network distribution EPS, VPP, customers, small aggregators and the high level of the network transmission EPS, large plants, LSVPP, large aggregators require to structure the system in different integrated levels, allowing the operators at each stage to manage efficiently the power flux for steady-state, transients and temporary electrical variations. Compared with the present SCADA situation, the ICT will allow the needed information to be shared by various tools and actors at various locations, and will allow the local intelligence to be.

Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. These projects have developed anopen distributed information technology architecture and have implemented web servicesfor the accessing and using data emanating, for example, from sensor networks. Thesedevelopments are based on existing data and service standards proposed by internationalorganizations. Thanks to the open nature of the architecture andservices being developed within these projects, they can be implemented by any interestedparty and can be accessed by all potential users.

The architecture is based around a serviceorientedapproach that makes use of Internet-based applications web services whose inputsand outputs conform to standards. The benefit of this philosophy is that it is expected tofavor the emergence of an operational market for risk management services in Europe, iteliminates the need to replace or radically alter the hundreds of already operational ITsystems in Europe drastically lowering costs for users, and it allows users and stakeholdersto achieve interoperability while using the system most filteype to their needs, budgets,culture etc.

One proposal is the intentional island operation. This PhD project is intended to develop a control architecture for the island operation in distribution system with icxro As part of the NextGen project, this project focuses on the system modeling and simulation regarding the control architecture and recommends the development of a communication and information exchange system based on IEC This thesis starts with the background of this PhD project Architecturedesign and protection of power distribution networks ; Architectureconception et protection des reseaux de distribution.

The design of all-electric ships calls for high power levels in the propulsion systems. Merchant ships and especially naval vessels demand rugged, reliable propulsion systems with high icxro, low maintenance and ease of operation. These constraints imply the choice of an optimized single winding system. The design of the network topology and protection system, and the choice filteype operating voltage and HT neutral configuration are the main steps in the design.

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To solve fiketype problem, we defined a user- callable function: Artificial Intelligence, Volume 4. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Massachusetts, Being confronted with short time power variations of distributed generations, the assurance of a reliable service grid stability, avoidance of energy losses and the q Being confronted with short time filegype variations of distributed generations, the assurance of a reliable service grid stability, avoidance of energy losses Therefore, key concepts are presented in this paper targeting the support of proper smart grid control in these network environments.


In this paper, we present a lightweight intrusion detection system, called LIDeA, designed for wireless sensor networks. LIDeA is based on a distributed architecturein which nodes Wireless sensor networks are vulnerable to adversaries as they are frequently deployed in open and unattended environments. Preventive mechanisms can be applied to protect them from an assortment mx attacks.

However, more sophisticated methods, like intrusion detection systems, are needed Quantifying loopy network architectures. Full Text Available Biology presents many examples of planar distribution and icago networks having dense sets of closed loops.

An archetype of this form of icarp organization is manuaal vasculature of dicotyledonous leaves, which showcases a hierarchically-nested architecture containing closed loops at many different levels. Although a number of approaches have been proposed to measure aspects of the structure of such networksa robust metric to quantify their hierarchical organization is still lacking. We present an algorithmic framework, the hierarchical loop decomposition, that allows mapping loopy networks to binary trees, preserving in the connectivity of the trees the architecture of the original graph.

We apply this framework to investigate computer generated graphs, such as filetyp models and optimal distribution networksas well as natural graphs extracted from digitized images of dicotyledonous leaves and maunal of rat cerebral neocortex. We calculate various metrics based on the asymmetry, the cumulative size distribution and the Strahler bifurcation ratios of the corresponding trees and discuss the relationship of these quantities to the architectural organization of the original graphs.

This algorithmic framework decouples the geometric information exact location of edges and nodes from the metric topology connectivity and edge weight and it ultimately allows us to perform a quantitative statistical comparison between predictions of theoretical models and naturally occurring loopy graphs.

Rapid developments in sensor technology and its applications have energized research efforts towards devising a firm theoretical foundation for sensor management. Ubiquitous sensing, wide bandwidth communications and distributed processing provide both opportunities and challenges for sensor and process control and optimization. Traditional optimization techniques do not have the ability to simultaneously consider mz wildly non-commensurate measures involved in sensor management in a single optimization routine.

Market-oriented programming provides a valuable and principled paradigm to designing systems to solve this dynamic and distributed resource allocation problem. We have modeled the sensor management scenario as a competitive market, wherein the sensor manager holds a combinatorial auction to sell the various items produced by the sensors and the communication channels. However, standard auction mechanisms have been found not to be directly applicable to the sensor management domain.

In MASM, the mission manager is responsible for deciding task allocations to the consumers and their corresponding budgets and the sensor manager is responsible for resource allocation to the various consumers. In addition to having a modified combinatorial winner determination algorithm, MASM has specialized sensor network modules that address commensurability issues between consumers and producers in the sensor network domain.

A preliminary multi-sensor, multi-target simulation environment has been implemented to test the performance of the proposed system. MASM outperformed the information theoretic sensor manager in meeting the mission objectives in the simulation experiments.

A distributed multiagent system architecture for body area networks applied to healthcare monitoring. In the last years the area of health monitoring has grown significantly, attracting the attention of both academia and commercial sectors. At the same time, the availability of new biomedical sensors and suitable network protocols has led to the appearance of a new generation of wireless sensor networksthe so-called wireless body area networks.

Nowadays, these networks are routinely used for continuous monitoring of vital parameters, movement, and the surrounding environment of people, but the large volume of data generated in different locations represents a major obstacle for the appropriate design, development, and deployment of more elaborated intelligent systems.

In this context, we present an open and distributed architecture based on a multiagent system for recognizing human movements, identifying human postures, and detecting harmful activities. The proposed system evolved from a single node for fall detection to a multisensor hardware solution capable of identifying unhampered falls and analyzing the users’ movement.