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Towards Cognitive Autonomous Networks

Network Management Automation for 5G and Beyond

Mwanje, Stephen S. / Mannweiler, Christian (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage Oktober 2020
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Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-58638-8
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Learn about the latest in cognitive and autonomous network managementTowards Cognitive Autonomous Networks: Network Management Automation for 5G and Beyond delivers a comprehensive understanding of the current state-of-the-art in cognitive and autonomous network operation. Authors Mwanje and Bell fully describe today s capabilities while explaining the future potential of these powerful technologies.This book advocates for autonomy in new 5G networks, arguing that the virtualization of network functions render autonomy an absolute necessity. Following that, the authors move on to comprehensively explain the background and history of large networks, and how we come to find ourselves in the place we re in now.Towards Cognitive Autonomous Networks describes several novel techniques and applications of cognition and autonomy required for end-to-end cognition including: Configuration of autonomous networks Operation of autonomous networks Optimization of autonomous networks Self-healing autonomous networksThe book concludes with an examination of the extensive challenges facing completely autonomous networks now and in the future.

Stephen S. Mwanje is a Senior Research Engineer in the Cognitive Network Management research team at Nokia Bell Labs in Munich, Germany. He leads the team's research on the system aspects related to the development and application of Cognition in network management, with a special focus on the management of the radio access networks. Prior to this Bell labs, he work worked for 8 years in network operations, planning and deployment for radio access, microwave and fiber optic systems.

Christian Mannweiler is the head of the Core Network Architecture & Security Research department at Nokia Bell Labs in Munich, Germany. His research focuses on network automation for 5G mobile communications systems, architectures for cloudified networks, and integration of cellular and private industrial networks. Prior to working at Bell Labs, he has been a Senior Researcher at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI GmbH) in Kaiserslautern, Germany.