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Publikācija: Attractor Selection Mechanism Simulink Model

Publication Type Full-text conference paper published in other conference proceedings
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Publication language English (en)
Title in original language Attractor Selection Mechanism Simulink Model
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.2 Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Information and communication engineering
Authors Dmitrijs Finaškins
Gunārs Lauks
Keywords Langevin equation, VNT, attractor, network management
Abstract Telecommunication network topologies are changing nowadays. The core telecommunication networks are based on fiber optics infrastructure. WDM technology is used to transmit multiple flows of traffic over a single fiber. Virtual network topology (VNT) is used to route IP traffic over WDM networks. VNT control system must be adaptive to traffic changes and dynamically reconfigure VNT. Langevin equation is used in statistical physics to describe the time evolution of a subset of the degrees of freedom. These degrees of freedom typically are collective (macroscopic) variables changing only slowly in comparison to the other (microscopic) variables of the system. The fast variables are responsible for the stochastic nature of the Langevin equation. Langevin equation could be used to model attractor selection mechanism, which is used by biological systems to adopt to unknown changes in environment. In this paper we describe attractor selection mechanism Simulink model and analyze simulation results.
DOI: 10.15439/2014F83
Hyperlink: https://fedcsis.org/proceedings/2014/drp/83.html 
Reference Finaškins, D., Lauks, G. Attractor Selection Mechanism Simulink Model. In: Position Papers of the 2014 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems. Annals of Computer Science and Information Systems. Vol.3, Poland, Warsaw, 7-10 September, 2014. Warsaw: Polish Information Processing Society, 2014, pp.71-77. ISBN 978-83-60810-60-6. e-ISBN 978-83-60810-57-6. ISSN 2300-5963. Available from: doi:10.15439/2014F83
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