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Bologna, Italy
June 13, 2007 to June 15, 2007
ISBN: 0-7695-2767-1
pp: 77-86
Carlos Kamienski , Universidade Federal do ABC, Brazil
Joseane Fidalgo , Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
Ramide Dantas , Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
Djamel Sadok , Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
Borje Ohlman , Ericsson Research, Sweden
ABSTRACT
Ambient Networks (AN) pose new challenges to the management discipline, and policies are considered to be an adequate solution for providing flexibility, distributed control, and self-management features. However, the current state-of-the art IETF policy framework was not designed for the challenges of new 3G/4G environments such as AN. This paper presents PBMAN, a policy-based architecture and a composition framework that extends the AN architecture, where policies are intrinsically at the underlying layer by design and not as a later ad-on. The use of policies and their interaction with network composition is the main research challenge of PBMAN. The current architecture has been designed based on previous experience, on a design-implement-test development cycle. The framework was used to model a video on demand scenario, whereto composition policies based on an extended version of the XACML policy language have been written.
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CITATION
Carlos Kamienski, Joseane Fidalgo, Ramide Dantas, Djamel Sadok, Borje Ohlman, "XACML-Based Composition Policies for Ambient Networks", POLICY, 2007, Policies for Distributed Systems and Networks, IEEE International Workshop on, Policies for Distributed Systems and Networks, IEEE International Workshop on 2007, pp. 77-86, doi:10.1109/POLICY.2007.52
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