Defining minimum requirements of inter-collaborated nodes by measuring the weight of node interactions
AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire, UK
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AbstractIn this paper we are focusing on the minimum requirements to be addressed in order to demonstrate a inter-node communication within a Virtual Organisation (VO) using the method of Self-led Critical Friends (SCF). The method is able to decide paths that a node can choose in order to locate neighbouring nodes by aiming at realizing the overhead of each communication. The weight of each path will be measured by the analysis of prerequisites in order to achieve the interaction between nodes. We define requirements as the least fundamentals that a node needs to achieve in order to determine its accessibility factor. The information gathered from an interaction is then stored in a snapshot, a profile that is made available during the discovery stage.
CitationSotiriadis, S., Bessis, N., Ye Huang, Sant, P. and Maple, C. (2010) "Defining Minimum Requirements of Inter-collaborated Nodes by Measuring the Weight of Node Interactions," Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive Systems (CISIS), 2010 International Conference on , pp.291-298, 15-18 Feb. 2010
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