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Immune Based Bio-Network Architecture and its Simulation Platform for Future Internet

Immune Based Bio-Network Architecture and its Simulation Platform for Future Internet
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Author(s): Yong-Sheng Ding (Ministry of Education, China), Xiang-Feng Zhang (Ministry of Education, China & Shanghai Dianji University, China) and Li-Hong Ren (Ministry of Education, China)
Copyright: 2009
Pages: 15
Source title: Handbook of Research on Artificial Immune Systems and Natural Computing: Applying Complex Adaptive Technologies
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Hongwei Mo (Harbin Engineering University, China)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-310-4.ch010


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Future Internet should be capable of extensibility, survivability, mobility, and adaptability to the changes of different users and network environments, so it is necessary to optimize the current Internet architecture and its applications. Inspired by the resemble features between the immune systems and future Internet, the authors introduce some key principles and mechanisms of the immune systems to design a bio-network architecture to address the challenges of future Internet. In the bio-network architecture, network resources are represented by various bioentities, while complex services and application can be emerged from the interactions among bio-entities. Also, they develop a bio-network simulation platform which has the capability of service emergence, evolution, and so forth. The simulation platform can be used to simulate some complex services and applications for Internet or distributed network. The simulators with different functions can be embedded in the simulation platform. As a demonstration, this chapter provides two immune network computation models to generate the emergent services through computer simulation experiments on the platform. The experimental results show that the bio-entities on the platform provide quickly services to the users’ requests with short response time. The interactions among bio-entities maintain the load balance of the bio-network and make the resources be utilized reasonably. With the advantages of adaptability, extensibility, and survivability, the bio-network architecture provides a novel way to design new intelligent Internet information services and applications.

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