Anticipatory Biomimetic Middleware

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AIP Conference Proceedings
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Conference Proceeding
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Computing Anticipatory Systems: CASYS `09: Ninth International Conference on Computing Anticipatory Systems, 2010, 1303 (Issue 1), pp. 379 - 388
Issue Date:
2010-01
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Anticipatory, multi-agents based and biology inspired middleware for resource constrained systems such as the sensornets is able to provide infrastructure oriented services with anticipatory system properties such as: (1) selforganization, (2) selfâshaping, (3) self-monitoring and self-healing. The paper aim is to explain how these fundamental properties, if imprinted on executing agents, can help in the construction of robust, cooperative and sustainable information services for infrastructure oriented software. This can occur through the application of the selected immune-computing and allometric paradigms.
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