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PI: Behnam Malakooti

Co
-
PI: Funda Ergun

Case Western Reserve University

Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for
Distributed Space Networks

High Rate Data Delivery Program

September 2002

Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks


Objectives/Goals:




To develop an Intelligent Architecture for autonomous and
distributed decision making for aerospace and near
-
earth
sciences, and for increasing functionality, mobility, agility,
flexibility, and quality.



To develop a new class of intelligent networks, protocols, and
systems to support emerging aerospace and NASA's hardware
and software technologies.

Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks


Objectives/Goals:




To develop Intelligent Networks that have the ability to learn
from experience and to make autonomous decisions, to carry out
complicated tasks through collaboration, to change their
functions, and to plan for the future.



Develop a foundation for clustering and Intelligent Mobile
Agents for Intelligent Routers and Architectures to improve
agility and flexibility for high quality and high rate transmission
in telecommunication systems.


HEDS Enterprise

Communication Infrastructure

Semi
-
Custom Inter
-
orbital

Tracking Link Subsystem

NASA PI’s & Archives

Internet

Service


Providers

http://www.iss.nasa.gov

http://www.satcom.com

Space Science Enterprise

Deep Space Communications Architecture

Earth Science Enterprise

Sensor Web Architecture

User


Community

Information

Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks


Technical Approach and Accomplishments:


Packet Protocol


Host Protocol


Intelligent Mobile Decision Makers

Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks


Packet Protocol:





Development of a packet structure for allowing Intelligent Mobile
Protocols and an IP structure that allows Intelligent Architecture to
be built and function

Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks



Packet Protocol:

IP address

Self
-
addressing
mechanism

Intelligent
Decision
Making
mechanisms
(learning and
deciding)

Systems
require
-
ment to
match host

Assigned
Functions
and Tasks

Traits/

Persona
-

lities and
Memories

Data/
Information

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks


Host Protocol

:





Development of the systems requirements for hosts to allow
Intelligent Mobile Decision Makers, (IMDM) to perform their
functions without intervention and avoiding security problems.

Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks


Host Protocol

:







Memory
:


CPU/


Proces
-

sing:

Host
Memory

Public
Memory

Sand
-
Box
Memory
provided
for
IMDMs

Host’s CPU

Sand
-
Box
CPU
provided
for
IMDMs


=

security

walls

that

cannot

be

moved

Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks


Intelligent Mobile Decision Makers

:





Development of IMDM that can perform a diverse set of functions
and multi
-
task. Development of different types of IMDM with
different personalities and traits emulating human traits.

Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks


Intelligent Mobile Decision Makers

:



Learning from environment


Accept or reject tasks or functions


Can handle a variety of functions and tasks


Several types of IMDMs


Unique and can handle problems differently


Have a logical system for decision handling in different

environments


Have different traits and personalities


Decide based on their traits, memories, and past experiences

Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks


Intelligent Mobile Decision Makers

An Example of Routing
:



Path of Type A: 1, 3, 5, 6, 7


Path of Type B: 1, 5, 4, 6, 2



1

6

10

8

2

9

11

4

3

5

7

A

B

Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks


Approach to Goals:




Developing a framework for Intelligent Mobile Decision
Makers as a vehicle to achieve distributed decision making.



Developing a more detailed packet structure for Intelligent
Mobile Decision Makers that can operate within IP.



Developing an approach for Clustering of Packets: for more
effective and flexible network communication.


Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks


Approach to Goals:



Clustering of Intelligent Mobile Agents: for more effective and
flexible network communication.



Re
-
configurable and Mobile Protocols for intelligent networks
to provide flexibility and agility in networks



Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks

Accomplishments:

Papers accepted for publications in Refereed Journals
:

1.

Malakooti, B., Z. Yang, "Multiple Criteria Approach and Generation of Efficient
Alternatives for Machine
-
Part Family Formation in Group Technology with application
to Intelligent Tele
-
communication networks "
IEE Transactions on Operations
Engineering,

(Accepted for publication), 2002.



2. Malakooti, B., “Solving Unidirectional Loop Network Layout Problem by a Heuristic
Procedure with application to Intelligent Tele
-
communication networks”,
Engineering
Valuation and Cost Analysis,

2002. (Accepted for publication)


3.
Malakooti, B., “Design of a Unidirectional Loop Network by a Linear Programming
-
based Heuristic with application to Intelligent Tele
-
communication networks”,
Journal
of Intelligent Manufacturing,

2002. (Accepted for publication)


4. Malakooti, B. et. al. , “Clustering of Packets for Intelligent Tele
-
communication
networks”, Accepted for publication by
IERC conference, May 2002.


Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks

Refereed Proceedings and Working Paper Reports:

5. Malakooti, B. Zhan Xu, Dan Wang, “Clustering of Mobile Agents for Intelligent Tele
-
communication networks”, Submitted to
INFORMS, & IERC conference 2002.


6. B. Malakooti, et. al. " Development of Intelligent Mobile Agents for Intelligent Tele
-
communication networks" Working Paper, 2
-
28
-
2002


7. Zhan Xu, B. Malakooti, " Development of Re
-
configurable Protocols for Intelligent &
Agile Tele
-
communication networks" Working Paper


8 & 9. Two papers submitted to IEEE Systems , IEEE Networks Refereed Proceedings


Educational Accomplishments:

Professor Malakooti has developed a graduate course: EECS 600 Design and Optimization
of Intelligent Tele
-
Communication Networks, this course is being taught this Spring
(2002).

Intelligent Mobile Networks, Protocols, and Architectures for

Distributed Space Networks

Future Plan & Implementation Steps:



To develop details of Packet Protocol, Host Protocol, and IMDM.



To develop efficient and intelligent protocols.



To further develop the concept of Intelligent agents as the building block of Intelligent

Routers and Architectures



To develop the theory and models to accomplish stated goals



To develop simulation packages for to test above models



To collaborate with the NASA's Glen Center and other NASA centers for application
areas.