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Future Network Architectures: Technological Challenges and Trends

  • Antônio Marcos Alberti
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Part of the Studies in Computational Intelligence book series (SCI, volume 297)

Abstract

The Internet became an extraordinary artifact for information exchanging, and it is now being considered a strategic infrastructure even for countries development. However, its success has fueled an upward spiral of new applications, which require increasingly intensive use of its capabilities, putting a lot of pressure on a design originally drawn for a scenario remarkably different from the current one. Concerned with actual Internet evolution and its limitations towards a future global information infrastructure, many research initiatives started to reinvent or rethink Internet, so it can fully assume the role we are assigning to it. This text discusses technological requirements, challenges and trends towards future network architectures. It covers latest new Internet design approaches and their main innovations.

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Cognitive Radio Situation Awareness Cognitive Radio Network Network Virtualization Near Field Communication 
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  • Antônio Marcos Alberti
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  1. 1.Instituto Nacional de Telecomunicações (INATEL)Santa Rita do SapucaíBrazil

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