Enterprise Distributed Service Platform: Network Architecture and Topology Optimization

Ivan Demydov, Mychailo Klymash, Natalia Kryvinska, Christine Strauß

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Modern enterprises are global, associative e-business infrastructures involving employee, supplier, partner and customer networks. These dynamic, distributed organisations must have a flexible structure designed to move quickly in the face of global competitive pressures. Highly structured, vertically integrated, hierarchical organisations cannot respond to increasingly shorter periods of opportunity. Thus, we develop in this paper a method that allows considering the architecture of any kind of networked systems, which could be described by the formalised graphs and its adjacency matrix. This approach encompasses a categorisation and utilisation of the networked system topological properties. Namely, it involves an a-priory approximate determination of the basic network design performance features, e.g., information transfer capacity and the reliability assessment including configuration changes in running systems.
Seiten (von - bis)23-30
FachzeitschriftInternational Journal of Space-Based and Situated Computing (IJSSC)
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 2012

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