Bio-Inspired Optimization in Fog and Edge Computing Environments: Principles, Algorithms, and Systems 1st Edition
by Punit Gupta (Editor), Dinesh Kumar Saini (Editor), Pradeep Rawat (Editor), Kashif Zia (Editor)
Publisher Finelybook 出版社： Auerbach Publications; 1st edition (January 20, 2023)
Language 语言： English
pages 页数： 252 pages
ISBN-10 书号： 1032262907
ISBN-13 书号： 9781032262901
A new era of complexity science is emerging, in which nature- and bio-inspired principles are being applied to provide solutions. At the same time, the complexity of systems is increasing due to such models like the Internet of Things (IoT) and fog computing. Will complexity science, applying the principles of nature, be able to tackle the challenges posed by highly complex networked systems?
Bio-Inspired Optimization in Fog and Edge Computing: Principles, Algorithms, and Systems is an attempt to answer this question. It presents innovative, bio-inspired solutions for fog and edge computing and highlights the role of machine learning and informatics. Nature- or biological-inspired techniques are successful tools to understand and analyze a collective behavior. As this book demonstrates, algorithms, and mechanisms of self-organization of complex natural systems have been used to solve optimization problems, particularly in complex systems that are adaptive, ever-evolving, and distributed in nature.
The chapters look at ways of enhancingto enhance the performance of fog networks in real-world applications using nature-based optimization techniques. They discuss challenges and provide solutions to the concerns of security, privacy, and power consumption in cloud data center nodes and fog computing networks. The book also examines how:
The existing fog and edge architecture is used to provide solutions to future challenges.
A geographical information system (GIS) can be used with fog computing to help users in an urban region access prime healthcare.
An optimization framework helps in cloud resource management.
Fog computing can improve the quality, quantity, long-term viability, and cost-effectiveness in agricultural production.
Virtualization can support fog computing, increase resources to be allocated, and be applied to different network layers.
The combination of fog computing and IoT or cloud computing can help healthcare workers predict and analyze diseases in patients.