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Observe-Decide-Act: Experimental Demonstration of a Self-Healing Network

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We experimentally demonstrate a self-healing network, following the observe-decide-act paradigm: monitoring reveals degradation, decision is taken, network is reconfigured to restore service. We also demonstrate, for the first time, pre-programmed resilience in integrated data/control testbed.

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