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Dynamic and Contextualised Behavioural Knowledge in Autonomic Communications [chapter]

Roy Sterritt, Maurice Mulvenna, Agnieszka Lawrynowicz
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper discusses autonomic computing and autonomic communication, before outlining the role of behavioural knowledge in autonomic networks.  ...  This pervasive knowledge plane can utilise the behaviour of autonomic communication regimes to monitor and intervene at many differing levels of network granularity.  ...  We propose a research plan that tests the hypothesis that contextualised knowledge can improve the capabilities of a knowledge plane in autonomic communications.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11520184_17 fatcat:lvrj2k2tejbv5csohzmxgxyxpe

What's so good about placement learning?

M Luntley
2002 Postgraduate medical journal  
But if that is right, what becomes of the concept of experiential knowledge, the idea that there is something contextualised about the wisdom acquired in situ on the ward and in the community?  ...  Expertise requires not only the knowledge found in medical textbooks and disseminated in lecture halls, it requires experiential knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1136/pmj.78.925.637 pmid:12496313 pmcid:PMC1742567 fatcat:d3g6ahkglvbofamfrjvlingrmu

Introducing a light-weight autonomic network middleware based on stigmergic mechanisms

Maurice Mulvenna, Kevin Curran, Chris Nugent, Matthias Baumgarten
2006 Annales des télécommunications  
The aim of autonomous communication systems is that they exhibit self-awareness properties, in particular self-contextualisation, self-programmability and self-management.  ...  Locality in this case is no longer geographical but rather the information and applications on the boundary of the autonomic communicating element which may be distributed over a wide area.  ...  Autonomic communication elements (or nodes) should ideally exhibit what we term triple A behaviour. They should be Alert, Aware and Autonomic.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03219878 fatcat:zc4syzjwdvfatooyxum3rwhljq

Web 2.0 and the empowerment of the knowledge worker

Dirk Schneckenberg
2009 Journal of Knowledge Management  
Work structures and communication processes differ between employees in corporate settings and peers in web communities.  ...  Peers enjoy a high degree of personal freedom and autonomy in their participative behaviour.  ...  Users contextualise and reflect online content in interactive learning and knowledge exchange, which is realised by using authoring tools like Blogs and Wikis, and instant communication tools like ICQ  ... 
doi:10.1108/13673270910997150 fatcat:aru3yv3m3fajjirckbpdsgci7i

Onto4MAT: A Swarm Shepherding Ontology for Generalised Multi-Agent Teaming [article]

Adam J. Hepworth and Daniel P. Baxter and Hussein A. Abbass
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Research in multi-agent teaming has increased substantially over recent years, with knowledge-based systems to support teaming processes typically focused on delivering functional (communicative) solutions  ...  Enabling humans to effectively interact and team with a swarm of autonomous cognitive agents is an open research challenge in Human-Swarm Teaming research, partially due to the focus on developing the  ...  Acknowledgement Thank you to Michael DeBellis for his engaging and thoughtprovoking discussions on Protégé and ontology modelling.  ... 
arXiv:2203.12955v1 fatcat:5klawnjdivfzbf5wtdb6szcjza

Organizational Ambidexterity: A Critical Review and Development of a Project-Focused Definition

Yacoub Petro, Udechukwu Ojiako, Terry Williams, Alasdair Marshall
2019 Journal of Management in Engineering  
Findings suggest that a project-focused notion of organisational ambidexterity involves different levels, dimensions and mechanisms. The  ...  As part of this process, a taxonomical analysis of the elements and components of the concept of organisational ambidexterity is undertaken.  ...  , 2013) ; resource dependence and sharing knowledge through communication across units ; connectedness and social interaction to share knowledge ; the use of heavy social networks Behaviour (Danneels  ... 
doi:10.1061/(asce)me.1943-5479.0000685 fatcat:qzxfu6cmnrfyhkr73b54iqeh2q

Review and Designs of Federated Management in Future Internet Architectures [chapter]

Martín Serrano, Steven Davy, Martin Johnsson, Willie Donnelly, Alex Galis
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The Future Internet as a design conception is network and serviceaware addressing social and economic trends in a service oriented way.  ...  In Future Internet architectures, service and network requirements act as design inputs particularly on information interoperability and cross-domain information sharing.  ...  The work introduced in this paper is a contribution to SFI FAME-SRC (Federated, Autonomic Management of End-to-End Communications Services -Scientific Research Cluster).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-20898-0_4 fatcat:3ptoeeldgfcr5odjjs4uvmaaxi

The AutoI approach for the orchestration of autonomic networks

Daniel Fernandes Macedo, Zeinab Movahedi, Javier Rubio-Loyola, Antonio Astorga, Giannis Koumoutsos, Guy Pujolle
2010 Annales des télécommunications  
The OP mediates the communication and negotiation among AMSs, ensuring that their SLAs and policies meet the requirements needed for the provisioning of the services.  ...  In this context, we in the Autonomic Internet (AutoI) consortium propose the Orchestration Plane (OP), which promotes the interaction among different Autonomic Management Systems (AMSs).  ...  The OP acts as control workflow for the AMSs of the orchestration domain, ensuring bootstrapping, initialisation, dynamic re-configuration, adaptation and contextualisation, optimisation, organisation  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12243-010-0187-x fatcat:qsh5la257zdp5a4ro6c3cnawme

Virtual Customers in an Agent World [chapter]

Philippe Mathieu, David Panzoli, Sébastien Picault
2012 Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing  
The relevance of multi-agent systems (MAS) has been demonstrated in computer simulations or video games where many autonomous entities interact in a complex and dynamic environment.  ...  for the community.  ...  Acknowledgements The FORMAT-STORE project, designed in collaboration with the game studio Idées-3Com 4 and the business school ENACO 5 , is supported by the French ministry of Economy, Finances and Industry  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-28786-2_16 dblp:conf/paams/MathieuPP12 fatcat:l2ob64gjcndwrabowdule5xwfm

Complex Autonomic Systems for Networked Enterprises: Mechanisms, Solutions and Design Approaches [chapter]

Nicolò M. Calcavecchia, Elisabetta Di Nitto, Daniel J. Dubois, Carlo Ghezzi, Valentina Mazza, Matteo Rossi
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This chapter focuses on achieving autonomic behaviours in the informative systems for supporting networked enterprises.  ...  Highly dynamic business processes must be supported by new technological infrastructures that can easily evolve to face continuous changes in the requirements and in the environment in which the application  ...  in more dynamic settings.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31739-2_6 fatcat:ixyxc645o5fphguskkv2pket7e

Using Multi-agent Systems to Pursue Autonomy with Automated Components

Jeffrey W. Tweedale
2013 Procedia Computer Science  
However problems typically manifest in complex, dynamic and often hostile environments.  ...  One which could be used to improve automation, achieve greater independence and enable more autonomous behaviour within control systems.  ...  It stores the short-term situation (accumulated status) and long-term knowledge (learned behaviour) in buffers as a skills hierarchy.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2013.09.226 fatcat:bzugucykcfc4nceyb3fykfrhuq

Injecting Self-Organisation into Pervasive Service Ecosystems

Sara Montagna, Mirko Viroli, Jose Luis Fernandez-Marquez, Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo, Franco Zambonelli
2012 Journal on spesial topics in mobile networks and applications  
" (LSAs), which are descriptions stored in infrastructure nodes and wrapping data, knowledge, and activities of humans, devices, and services; and "eco-laws", acting as system rules evolving the population  ...  emergent behaviour.  ...  A second set of tests was aimed at verifying the management of overcrowding, and in particular, how the behaviour of the ecosystem can dynamically and automatically become self-aware of crowding conditions  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11036-012-0411-1 fatcat:e3w5kivch5egdlw6tplebdqhdm


Katina Hazelden, Matthew Yee-King, Roberto Confalonieri, Carles Sierra, Fiammetta Ghedini, Dave de Jonge, Nardine Osman, Mark d'Inverno
2013 CHI '13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems on - CHI EA '13  
This paper focuses exclusively on the scope and characteristics of the social experience afforded through the collaborative use of the system.  ...  WeCurate provides a synchronised image browser across multiple devices to enable a group of users to work together to curate a collection of images, through negotiation and collective decision making.  ...  It is not just the knowledge and social engagement which makes supporting collaborative behaviours beneficial.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2468356.2468457 dblp:conf/chi/HazeldenYCSGJOd13 fatcat:pcxlu5hmbbfixnei5fvyltefxm

ARTICONF: Towards a Smart Social Media Ecosystem in a Blockchain Federated Environment

Radu Prodan, Nishant Saurabh, Zhiming Zhao, Kate Orton-Johnson, Antorweep Chakravorty, Aleksandar Karadimce, Alexandre Ulisses
2019 Zenodo  
edge-based infrastructure meeting application runtime requirements; and (4) enhance monetary inclusion in collaborative models through cognition and knowledge supply chains.  ...  robustness, and autonomy related promises critical in proprietary social media platforms.  ...  The tools will enable contextualised socially aware and spatialtemporal data aggregation, knowledge extraction, cognitive learning about users behaviour, and risk quantification for business markets.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3580716 fatcat:rep63fbjdjaclchcbqcydocm6e

Reflective Practices for Future Journalism: The Need, the Resistance and the Way Forward

Timon Ramaker, Jan van der Stoep, Mark Deuze
2015 Javnost - The Public  
In newsrooms journalists encounter numerous constraints accelerated by increasing technological and economic pressures.  ...  The complexity of the job and the need for (constant) innovation coupled with the rising call for transparency and accountability ask for journalists who "reflect-in-action".  ...  informal learning in journalism One form of tacit knowledge is routinised behaviour.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13183222.2015.1091622 fatcat:orhicj3e4vhjbc7x2axq2s5pfa
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