This book contains papers describing the major scientific achievements supported by European funding in the area of Future Internet. It is published in the context of FIA, the Future Internet Assembly1, which is structured to permit interactions across technical domains from researchers and other stakeholders active in Future Internet research. FIA holds two meetings per year and calls on those involved in relevant funded research projects to participate actively and to steer its work. On 31 March, 2008 the Bled Declaration qTowards a European approach to the Future Internetq2 was officially presented at the FIA Conference in Bled, Slovenia qIn the future, even more users, objects, services and critical information infrastructures will be networked through the Future Internet which will underpin an ever larger share of our modern and global economies. It is therefore time to strengthen and focus European activities on the Future Internet to maintain Europe's competitiveness in the global marketplace. A significant change is required and the European Internet scientific and economic actors, researchers, industrialists, SMEs, users, service and content providers, now assert the urgent necessity to redesign the Internet, taking a broad multidisciplinary approach, to meet Europe's societal and commercial ambitions.qWhile functional reference architectures most likely only provide an architectural overview and name some of the interfaces, the ... In order to enable the usage of the reference architecture, sufficient documentation and guidelines towards aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Towards the Future Internet|
|Author||:||Georgios Tselentis, Alex Galis|
|Publisher||:||IOS Press - 2010|