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A biologically inspired programming model for self-healing systems

Selvin George, David Evans, Lance Davidson
2002 Proceedings of the first workshop on Self-healing systems - WOSS '02  
We present a cell-based programming model inspired from biology and speculate on biologically inspired strategies for producing robust, scalable and self-healing software systems.  ...  We argue that the software engineering community can learn a great deal about building systems from the broader concepts surrounding biological cell programs and the strategies they use to robustly accomplish  ...  CELL-BASED PROGRAMMING Inspired by biological systems, we propose a cell-based programming model that can be used for software systems operation and healing.  ... 
doi:10.1145/582128.582149 dblp:conf/woss/GeorgeED02 fatcat:vk6lbhwzbvdv5pmpuhfh5xii6a

A biologically inspired programming model for self-healing systems

Selvin George, David Evans, Lance Davidson
2002 Proceedings of the first workshop on Self-healing systems - WOSS '02  
We present a cell-based programming model inspired from biology and speculate on biologically inspired strategies for producing robust, scalable and self-healing software systems.  ...  We argue that the software engineering community can learn a great deal about building systems from the broader concepts surrounding biological cell programs and the strategies they use to robustly accomplish  ...  CELL-BASED PROGRAMMING Inspired by biological systems, we propose a cell-based programming model that can be used for software systems operation and healing.  ... 
doi:10.1145/582145.582149 fatcat:ayiozooblvbktnlcsf6y7dbyzy

A Self-Repairing Hardware Architecture for Safety-Critical Cyber-Physical-Systems

Shawkat Khairullah, Carl Elks
2019 IET Cyber-Physical Systems  
In recent years, self-healing concepts based on biological physiology have received attention for the design and implementation of reliable systems.  ...  This study presents a new self-healing hardware architecture inspired by integrating biological concepts, fault tolerance techniques, and IEC 61131-3 operational schematics to facilitate adaption in automation  ...  Conclusion and future work This paper has presented a architecture, design and application of a new biological inspired self-healing hardware machine.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-cps.2019.0022 fatcat:xnmbz3i5zze27n3ct3f7r5yfde

An Overview of Bioinspired and Biomimetic Self-Repairing Materials

Olga Speck, Thomas Speck
2019 Biomimetics  
Inspired by this treasure trove, biologists and engineers have become increasingly interested in learning from biological insights for the development of self-repairing materials.  ...  in selected biological role models.  ...  This work was inspired by discussions with various colleagues within the framework of the Cluster of Excellence Living, Adaptive and Energy-Autonomous Materials Systems (livMatS).  ... 
doi:10.3390/biomimetics4010026 pmid:31105211 pmcid:PMC6477613 fatcat:yz47buenxzc4fbb6ydyn5lat5q

eDNA: A Bio-Inspired Reconfigurable Hardware Cell Architecture Supporting Self-organisation and Self-healing

Michael Reibel Boesen, Jan Madsen
2009 2009 NASA/ESA Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems  
This paper presents the concept of a biological inspired reconfigurable hardware cell architecture which supports self-organisation and self-healing.  ...  We have created a Java based simulator to simulate our self-organisation and self-healing algorithms and the results obtained from this looks promising.  ...  The Compute_Cnr calculates C nr = ID − DCBC Figure 5 . 5 The self-healing process in a small system. (a) The system works as expected, (b) Cell number 2 dies and (c) the self-healing process.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ahs.2009.22 dblp:conf/ahs/BoesenM09 fatcat:hluyq55s6vhbbfr3krcxvmd57u

A biological programming model for self-healing

Selvin George, David Evans, Steven Marchette
2003 Proceedings of the 2003 ACM workshop on Survivable and self-regenerative systems in association with 10th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security - SSRS '03  
We describe a programming paradigm based on the actions of biological cells and demonstrate the ability of systems built using our model to survive massive failures.  ...  We illustrate our model with experiments producing simple structures and apply it to design a distributed wireless file service for ad hoc wireless networks.  ...  The authors thank Lance Davidson, Salvatore Guarnieri, Qi Wang, and Brad Zhang for their contributions to this work.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1036921.1036929 fatcat:tdfwzfo5d5gwpljx6xedycjmeu

Fault-tolerant Mechatronic Systems Development: a Biologically-inspired Approach

Csaba Szász
2015 Recent Innovations in Mechatronics  
By adapting the remarkable surviving and self-healing abilities of living entities it is possible to develop novel hardware systems suitable to fulfill in all the most demanding high reliability operation  ...  In such cases it looks a high demand for more reliable, safety and fault-tolerant mechatronic systems development.  ...  accommodation, or self-healing processes can be modeled and tracked.  ... 
doi:10.17667/riim.2015.1-2/19 fatcat:anfbcxzdhvbefbp6sj23esczk4

Self-healing systems — survey and synthesis

Debanjan Ghosh, Raj Sharman, H. Raghav Rao, Shambhu Upadhyaya
2007 Decision Support Systems  
Self-healing systems attempt to "heal" themselves in the sense of recovering from faults and regaining normative performance levels independently the concept derives from the manner in which a biological  ...  system heals a wound.  ...  DWFS application A biologically inspired programming model for a self-healing system is designed with the paradigm of the cell division approach in [6] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dss.2006.06.011 fatcat:dioflt2zhzde3kzezkr4jmxawy

Biologically inspired near extinct system reconstruction

Athanasios Bibas, George Spanoudakis, Christos Bellos, Dimitrios I. Fotiadis, Dimitrios Koutsouris
2013 13th IEEE International Conference on BioInformatics and BioEngineering  
In this paper, we introduce a bioinspired approach for reconstructing nearly extinct complex software systems.  ...  Our approach is based on encoding a computational DNA (co-DNA) of a system and computational analogues of biological processes to enable the transmission of co-DNA over computational devices and, through  ...  , self-protection, self-healing and self-protection) for software systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/bibe.2013.6701644 dblp:conf/bibe/BibasSBFK13 fatcat:af2hxz4wa5cund53sxuoxe6664

Apoptotic Robotics: Programmed Death by Default

Roy Sterritt
2011 2011 Eighth IEEE International Conference and Workshops on Engineering of Autonomic and Autonomous Systems  
Apoptotic Computing and Apoptotic Communications are inspired by the apoptosis mechanism in biological systems.  ...  This mechanism provides security for the overall system by having a preprogrammed death and indeed a death by default at, for instance, the cellular level.  ...  Programmed Death by Default for Computer-Based Systems to provide for this foreseen future.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ease.2011.21 fatcat:bspfu2k7izbrbolr3zrfi4wavu

A Survey about Self-Healing Systems (Desktop and Web Application)

Amjad A. Hudaib, Hussam N. Fakhouri, Fatima Eid Al Adwan, Sandi N. Fakhouri
2017 Communications and Network  
The aim of the self healing software feature is to fast recover the application and keep it running and available for 24/7 as optimal as possible.  ...  There are different aspects which will make us understand the different benefits of these self-healing systems.  ...  of a system George et al., 2002 Presented a cell-based programming model inspired from biology and speculate on biologically inspired strategies for producing robust, scalable and self-healing software  ... 
doi:10.4236/cn.2017.91004 fatcat:zikiscahqbfylktv2uhwv4j7ji

99% (Biological) Inspiration… [chapter]

Mike Hinchey, Roy Sterritt
2012 Conquering Complexity  
We describe some results of biological inspiration that augur promise in terms of improving the safety and security of systems, and in developing self-managing systems, that we hope will ultimately lead  ...  Simultaneously there is a move towards emulating nature and copying many of the wonders uncovered in biology, resulting in "biologically inspired" systems.  ...  Part of this work has been supported by the NASA Office of Systems and Mission Assurance (OSMA) through its Software Assurance Research Program (SARP) project, Formal Approaches to Swarm Technologies (  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-2297-5_8 fatcat:c273rw7hozdrbjgzghpgdf7y7y

99% (Biological) Inspiration..

Michael G. Hinchey, Roy Sterritt
2007 Fourth IEEE International Workshop on Engineering of Autonomic and Autonomous Systems (EASe'07)  
We describe some results of biological inspiration that augur promise in terms of improving the safety and security of systems, and in developing self-managing systems, that we hope will ultimately lead  ...  Simultaneously there is a move towards emulating nature and copying many of the wonders uncovered in biology, resulting in "biologically inspired" systems.  ...  Part of this work has been supported by the NASA Office of Systems and Mission Assurance (OSMA) through its Software Assurance Research Program (SARP) project, Formal Approaches to Swarm Technologies (  ... 
doi:10.1109/ease.2007.1 fatcat:w2kwwi2wnvemtaf3dpqu4b73t4

Regenerative patterning in Swarm Robots: mutual benefits of research in robotics and stem cell biology

Michael Rubenstein, Ying Sai, Cheng-Ming Chuong, Wei-Min Shen
2009 International Journal of Developmental Biology  
We show that RSCs are a novel robotic model for scalable self-organization and self-healing in computer simulations and physical implementation.  ...  We first discuss the essential features of biological stem cells for such a purpose, and then propose the functional requirements of robotic stem cells with properties equivalent to gene controller, program  ...  The authors are also grateful to other members of the Polymorphic Robotics Laboratory at USC/ISI for their useful comments on the earlier drafts of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1387/ijdb.092937mr pmid:19557691 pmcid:PMC2874133 fatcat:duc3bjvszferrlz7h5dnmhw2s4

POEtic Tissue: An Integrated Architecture for Bio-inspired Hardware [chapter]

Andy M. Tyrrell, Eduardo Sanchez, Dario Floreano, Gianluca Tempesti, Daniel Mange, Juan-Manuel Moreno, Jay Rosenberg, Alessandro E. P. Villa
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
It is clear to all, after a moments thought, that nature has much we might be inspired by when designing our systems, for example: robustness, adaptability and complexity, to name a few.  ...  The reasons for this are many, but one of the main problems has always been the lack of a universal platform, and of a proper methodology for the implementation of such systems.  ...  The Community is not responsible for any use that might be made of data appearing in this publication.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36553-2_12 fatcat:27zisuni7ne4zhr4pow5k75kwi
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