Towards Incidence Management in 5G Based on Situational Awareness
AbstractThe fifth generation mobile network, or 5G, moves towards bringing solutions to deploying faster networks, with hundreds of thousands of simultaneous connections and massive data transfer. For this purpose, several emerging technologies are implemented, resulting in virtualization and self-organization of most of their components, which raises important challenges related to safety. In order to contribute to their resolution, this paper proposes a novel architecture for incident management on 5G. The approach combines the conventional risk management schemes with the Endsley Situational Awareness model, thus improving effectiveness in different aspects, among them the ability to adapt to complex and dynamical monitoring environments, and countermeasure tracking or the role of context when decision-making. The proposal takes into account all layers for information processing in 5G mobile networks, ranging from infrastructure to the actuators responsible for deploying corrective measures. View Full-Text
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Barona López, L.I.; Valdivieso Caraguay, Á.L.; Maestre Vidal, J.; Sotelo Monge, M.A.; García Villalba, L.J. Towards Incidence Management in 5G Based on Situational Awareness. Future Internet 2017, 9, 3.
Barona López LI, Valdivieso Caraguay ÁL, Maestre Vidal J, Sotelo Monge MA, García Villalba LJ. Towards Incidence Management in 5G Based on Situational Awareness. Future Internet. 2017; 9(1):3.Chicago/Turabian Style
Barona López, Lorena I.; Valdivieso Caraguay, Ángel L.; Maestre Vidal, Jorge; Sotelo Monge, Marco A.; García Villalba, Luis J. 2017. "Towards Incidence Management in 5G Based on Situational Awareness." Future Internet 9, no. 1: 3.
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