EUROMICRO Conference (2002)
Sept. 4, 2002 to Sept. 6, 2002
Eric Scharf , University of London
Peter Hamer , University of London
Konstantinos Smparounis , University of London
Wolfgang Payer , University of Stuttgart
John Ronan , Waterford Institute of Technology
Micheal Crotty , Waterford Institute of Technology
TORRENT is an EU-Supported Framework 5 project that is showing how intelligent control and negotiation capabilities can be built into access networks so as to give the residential customer the ability to choose among a variety of service offerings, in order to achieve an optimal combination of service parameters. This access should be transparent to the type of the core network being addressed. The realisation of a prototype service to resource management system based on intelligent agent technology is now under way.
K. Smparounis, P. Hamer, M. Crotty, J. Ronan, E. Scharf and W. Payer, "Customer Choice in a Multi-Service Residential Access Network Environment," EUROMICRO Conference(EUROMICRO), Dortmund, Germany, 2002, pp. 216.