Towards dynamic protocol configuration and its configuration and control in autonomous communication environments
The ability to dynamically adopt protocol functionality to the current situation will greatly improve performance, service availability and quality of service in the Future Internet. Nevertheless this provides a huge set of configuration and adaption options which have to be controlled intelligently and also in a timely manner. This creates need for a multi-level control and configuration framework. This paper presents a architecture for Dynamic Protocol Composition with some experimentation results and the design of a control and configuration framework that allows for ecient and reactive Protocol Composition and Execution while providing many options for configuration for a cognitive system and network management.