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Self-Organization and Autonomic Informatics (I).
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Amsterdam :

IOS Press,


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1 online resource (396 pages)
Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications
Title page -- Preface -- Technical Reviewers -- Contents -- Self-Organization and Adaptation in General -- A Logical Treatment for the Emergence of Control in Complex Self-Organising Systems -- Towards a Methodology for Engineering Self-Organising Emergent Systems -- Moving Nature-Inspired Algorithms to Parallel, Asynchronous and Decentralised Environments -- Opponent Modeling in Adversarial Environments Through Learning Ingenuity -- From Bayesian Decision-Makers to Bayesian Agents -- An Energy-Driven Social Behaviour Network Architecture -- A Variable Resolution Virtual Sensor in Social Behaviour Networks -- Self-Organization/Adaptation of Multi-Agent Systems -- Developing Self-Organized Architecture Solution According to Model Driven Generative Domain Engineering -- A Realistic Simulation Testbed for Studying Game Playing in Robotic Soccer -- Knowledge Management to Support Situation-Aware Risk Management in Autonomous, Self-Managing Agents -- Ontology-Based Multi-Agent Systems Support Human Disease Study and Control -- Intelligent MAS for Electronic Customer Relationship Development -- Java-Based Mobile-Agent Systems in the Real World: Security Highlights -- Agent Based Computational Model of Trust -- Self-Organization/Adaptation for Grid Computing -- Autonomic Pervasive Grids: A Session Manager Service for Handling Mobile Users -- Avalanche Dynamics in Grids: Indications of SOC or HOT? -- Combining Virtual Organization and Local Policies for Automated Configuration of Grid Services -- EXEHDA: Adaptive Middleware for Building a Pervasive Grid Environment -- A Multi-Agent Approach for the Construction of a Peer-to-Peer Information System in Grids -- Resource Discovery in Computational Grids: State-of-the-Art and Current Challenges -- Providing Reliable Distributed Grid Services in Mobile Environments.

Mobile Agent Implemented Grid Resource Reservation -- Autonomic Computing in General -- Achieving Self-Healing in Autonomic Software Systems: A Case-Based Reasoning Approach -- Why Applying Agent Technology to Autonomic Computing? -- A Programmatic Approach to Applying Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Autonomic Systems to Software Design -- Collaboration Patterns for Adaptive Software Engineering Processes -- Service Agents Based Collaborative Workflow Management Implementation -- An Agent-Based P2P System to Distributed Knowledge Management -- Autonomic Communications -- Intelligent Traffic Control on Internet-Like Topologies -- MA-DIDS: A Multi-Agent Based Distributed Intrusion Detection System -- A New Access Network Architecture for the Next Generation Wireless Networks -- Identity and Trust Management Directions for User Controlled Light-Path Establishment -- Tag-Based Cooperation in Peer-to-Peer Networks with Newscast -- Author Index.
Today's IT systems with its ever-growing communication infrastructures and computing applications are becoming more and more large in scale, which results in exponential complexity in their engineering, operation and maintenance. Recently, it has widely been recognized that self-organization and self-management / regulation offer the most promising approach to addressing such challenges. Self-organization and adaptation are concepts stemming from the nature and have been adopted in systems theory. They are considered to be the essential ingredients of any living organism and, as such, are studied intensively in biology, sociology and organizational theory. They have also penetrated into control theory, cybernetics and the study of adaptive complex systems. Computing and communication systems are basically artificial systems. This prevents conventional self-organization and adaptation principles and approaches from being directly applicable to computing and communication systems. The methodology of multi-agent systems and the technology of Grid computing have shed lights for the exploration into the self-organization and adaptation of large-scale complex IT systems. This book provides in-depth thoughts about the above discussed challenges as well as a range of state-of-the-art methodologies and technologies for the entirely new area. We refer to this newly emerging area as Self-Organization and Autonomic Informatics, which has represented the future generation of IT systems, comprised of communication infrastructures and computing applications, which are inherently large-scale, complex and open.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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