The management and control of networks can no longer be envisaged without the introduction of artificial intelligence at all stages.
Intelligent Network Management and Control deals with topical issues related mainly to intelligent security of computer networks, deployment of security services in SDN (software-defined networking), optimization of networks using artificial intelligence techniques and multi-criteria optimization methods for selecting networks in a heterogeneous environment.
This book also focuses on selecting cloud computing services, intelligent unloading of calculations in the context of mobile cloud computing, intelligent resource management in a smart grid-cloud system for better energy efficiency, new architectures for the Internet of Vehicles (IoV), the application of artificial intelligence in cognitive radio networks and intelligent radio input to meet the on-road communication needs of autonomous vehicles.
Part 1. AI and Network Security
1. Intelligent Security of Computer Networks, Abderrazaq Semmoud and Badr Benmammar.
2. An Intelligent Control Plane for Security Services Deployment in SDN-based Networks, Maïssa Mbaye, Omessaad Hamdi and Francine Krief.
Part 2. AI and Network Optimization
3. Network Optimization using Artificial Intelligence Techniques, Asma Amraoui and Badr Benmammar.
4. Multicriteria Optimization Methods for Network Selection in a Heterogeneous Environment, Fayssal Bendaoud.
Part 3. AI and the Cloud Approach
5. Selection of Cloud Computing Services: Contribution of Intelligent Methods, Ahmed Khalid Yassine Settouti.
6. Intelligent Computation Offloading in the Context of Mobile Cloud Computing, Zeinab Movahedi.
Part 4. AI and New Communication Architectures
7. Intelligent Management of Resources in a Smart Grid-Cloud for Better Energy Efficiency, Mohammed Anis Benblidia, Leila Merghem-Boulahia, Moez Esseghir and Bouziane Brik.
8. Toward New Intelligent Architectures for the Internet of Vehicles, Léo Mendiboure, Mohamed Aymen Chalouf and Francine Krief.
Part 5. Intelligent Radio Communications
9. Artificial Intelligence Application to Cognitive Radio Networks, Badr Benmammar and Asma Amraoui.
10. Cognitive Radio Contribution to Meeting Vehicular Communication Needs of Autonomous Vehicles, Francine Krief, Hasnaâ Aniss, Marion Berbineau and Killian Le Page.
Badr Benmammar is currently a Professor in the Computer Science department at the Abou Bakr Belkaïd University of Tlemcen, Algeria, having received his PhD in Computer Science from Bordeaux 1 University, France. He is the author of several books, including Radio Resource Allocation and Dynamic Spectrum Access (ISTE-Wiley), and his work has led to many journal publications.
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