Volume 12, Number 1

Self-organization and Autonomous Network Survey


Houneida SAKLY, Campus University of Mannouba, Tunisia



The autonomic network gathers several aspects of Self-organization, which is depicted, into different autonomous function such as the Self- configuration, the Self-optimization, the Self-repair, the Selfprotection, and the Self-cure. The latter is considered as one of the autonomous functions wished of a system network, which could be described by autonomous behavior is realized by structures of the control loops and loop of control.


These various aspects require an architectural framework, which integrates several protocols of telecommunication as well as programs proactive and reagents for the prevention and the resolution of the unforeseen problems. To ensure a reduction of the loops of the operator, we need good management per policy. An autonomic vision must guarantee the safety and the availability of the resources for the endusers by respecting the constraints of QoS and the deadlines for replies.


Depict the challenges, the interests, and the anomalies and compare the autonomic approaches of the networks which consist of discovering neighbor's in the self-organizing wireless network. These points are considered the cornerstone of extending autonomous coverage and improving performance. However, the objective is to detect the hidden node in the neighbor discovery procedure based on the simple flood caused by the uncoordinated transmission, which can cause an unnecessary loss of energy.


Autonomic Network, Self-configuration, Self-optimization, Self-protection, Self-cure, Self-configuration, QoS, response time, safety.