Self-Organized Disjoint Service Placement in Future Mobile Communication Networks
Future mobile communication networks will offer many ubiquitous services to its clients such as voice and video communication, access to data and files, use of virtual resources in cloud, etc. The provision of these services in face of the different challenges posed by future wireless networks such as changing network topology, variable load conditions, clients' distribution, QoS requirements etc. is a very difficult task and requires a high degree of self-organization in network operations. One important problem in this context is the self-organized service placement which refers to the problem of finding optimal nodes in the network that are most suitable for hosting a particular service type.