Develop Low Weight/Low Cost AC/DC Regulated Converter for V22 Applications
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IAP RESEARCH, INC.
2763 Culver Avenue, Dayton, OH, 45429
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AbstractNot Available The goal of this SBIR Phase I project is to design and prototype key elements of a reactive, event-based framework for automating network security, diagnosis and management. Events are the common formalism used to describe simple and complex conditions related to network performance, security, and quality of service. A high-level language is used to state the runtime monitoring conditions (event specifications) that might trigger key network management responses. Our technology automatically compiles the event specification, dynamically distributing the necessary computations to detect those conditions automatically throughout a network. The most significant results will include the design of a customized notation for network events distributed over arbitrary distributed networks and the dynamic specification of new monitoring conditions and responses - all scalable over the volume and diversity of events required to solve problems in a typical real-world network. The ability for the network to monitor and correct itself dynamically forms the technology base for the next generation of self-adaptive networks.
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