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Engineering Self-Organising Systems : Nature-Inspired Approaches to Software Engineering - Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo

Engineering Self-Organising Systems

Nature-Inspired Approaches to Software Engineering

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As information handling systems get more and more complex, it becomes increasingly difficult to manage them using traditional approaches based on centralized and pre-defined control mechanisms. Over recent years, there has been a significant increase in taking inspiration from biology, the physical world, chemistry, and social systems to more efficiently manage such systems - generally based on the concept of self-organisation; this gave rise to self-organising applications.

This book constitutes a reference and starting point for establishing the field of engineering self-organising applications. It comprises revised and extended papers presented at the Engineering Self-Organising Applications Workshop, ESOA 2003, held at AAMAS 2003 in Melbourne, Australia, in July 2003 and selected invited papers from leading researchers in self-organisation. The book is organized in parts on applications, natural metaphors (multi-cells and genetic algorithms, stigmergy, and atoms and evolution), artificial interaction mechanisms, middleware, and methods and tools.

Self organisation : paradigms and applicationsp. 1
Self-organizing MANET managementp. 20
Toward the application of self organizing systems to agent infrastructures - a critical review & prospectsp. 36
A catalog of biologically-inspired primitives for engineering self-organizationp. 53
Nature-inspired self-organisation in wireless communications networksp. 63
Designing self-assembly for 2-dimensional building blocksp. 75
Strategies for the increased robustness of ant-based clusteringp. 90
Self-organising in multi-agent coordination and control using stigmergyp. 105
Managing computer networks security through self-organization : a complex system perspectivep. 124
A holonic self-organization approach to the design of emergent e-logistics infrastructuresp. 139
An evolutionary approach for studying heterogeneous strategies in electronic marketsp. 157
Self-organizing agents for mechanical designp. 169
Can tags build working systems? : from MABS to ESOAp. 186
Self-organizing referral networks : a process view of trust and authorityp. 195
Adaptiveness in Linda-based coordination modelsp. 212
Self-organization in multi agent systems : a middleware approachp. 233
Providing effective access to shared resources : a COIN approachp. 249
A modular paradigm for building self-organizing peer-to-peer applicationsp. 265
Tools for self-organizing applications engineeringp. 283
Author indexp. 299
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ISBN: 9783540212010
ISBN-10: 3540212019
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science / Lecture Notes in Artific
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 18th March 2004
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.68
Weight (kg): 0.45