Resilience and Survivability in Communication Networks: Strategies, Principles, and Survey of Disciplines
The Internet has become essential to all aspects of modern life, and thus the consequences of network disruption have become increasingly severe. It is widely recognised that the Internet is not sufficiently resilient, survivable, and dependable, and that significant research, development, and engineering is necessary to improve the situation. This paper provides an architectural framework for resilience and survivability in communication networks and provides a survey of the disciplines that resilience encompasses, along with significant past failures of the network infrastructure. A resilience strategy is presented to defend against, detect, and remediate challenges, a set of principles for designing resilient networks is presented, and techniques are described to analyse network resilience.
J. P. Sterbenz et al., "Resilience and Survivability in Communication Networks: Strategies, Principles, and Survey of Disciplines," Computer Networks, no. 8, pp. 1245-1265, Elsevier, Jan 2010.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.comnet.2010.03.005
Electrical and Computer Engineering
National Science Foundation (U.S.)
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Communication Networks; Critical Infrastructure; Defense; Disruption Tolerance; Future Internet; Future Internet Resilience; Metrics; Performability; Resilience Metrics; Communication; Computer System Recovery; Fault Detection; Internet; Pollution; Public Works; Quality Assurance; Remediation; Restoration; Surveys; Fault Tolerance
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01 Jan 2010