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A Decentralised Self-Healing Approach for Network Topology Maintenance [article]

Arles Rodríguez, Jonatan Gómez, Ada Diaconescu
2020 arXiv   pre-print
These two strategies were adapted for our self-healing approach to collect topological information for recovering the network; and were evaluated in terms of resource overheads.  ...  The paper studies two strategies for distributing topological data: one based on Mobile Agents (our proposal) and the other based on Trickle (a reference gossiping protocol from the literature).  ...  . 3 Network Self-healing Description, based on ODD Protocol Purpose The purpose of the proposed model is to evaluate our self-healing approach for maintaining a network's topology as close as possible  ... 
arXiv:2010.11146v1 fatcat:p7ju5i7vfzewhkt444bblc2k5e

Enhancement of Self-organisation in Wireless Networking through a Cross-Layer Approach [chapter]

M. A. Razzaque, Simon Dobson, Paddy Nixon
2010 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
and self-healing.  ...  Self-organisation has emerged as a very promising approach to the design, deployment, operation, control and evolution of complex wireless networks.  ...  , self-configuration and self-healing) of a self-organising networking system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-11723-7_10 fatcat:o7ekozql7nc77ipaswi55wtyqe

Apoptotic computing: Programmed death by default for computer-based systems

R Sterritt
2011 Computer  
Acknowledgments The author is supported by the University of Ulster's Computer Science Research Institute and School of Computing and Mathematics.  ...  In memory of our dear friend and colleague Scott Hamilton.  ...  Two example applications are autonomic agent-based environments and swarm space exploration systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2011.5 fatcat:4yin5an7x5gvhkw6fhpamgxblu

Apoptotic Computing Programmed Death by Default for Computer-Based Systems

Roy Sterritt
2010 Computer  
Acknowledgments The author is supported by the University of Ulster's Computer Science Research Institute and School of Computing and Mathematics.  ...  In memory of our dear friend and colleague Scott Hamilton.  ...  Two example applications are autonomic agent-based environments and swarm space exploration systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2010.363 fatcat:cc3k7zgkqrct3fae7zjyc4flty

Meta-Analysis of the Strategies for Self-healing and Resilience in Power Systems

Ekundayo Shittu, Abhijai Tibrewala, Swetha Kalla, Xiaonan Wang
2021 Advances in Applied Energy  
This gap is widened by the absence of policies to enhance resilience in power networks.  ...  system degradation while designing these self-restoration systems.  ...  being explored in the current phase of research on self-healing grids.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.adapen.2021.100036 fatcat:hvgmkb7cqrhmlgg6ilzzw7gvey

Swarm Robotic Behaviors and Current Applications

Melanie Schranz, Martina Umlauft, Micha Sende, Wilfried Elmenreich
2020 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
Many industrial projects still rely on centralized control, and even though a solution with multiple robots is employed, the principal idea of swarm robotics of distributed decision making is neglected  ...  We identified mainly following reasons: First of all, swarm behavior emerging from local interactions is hard to predict and a proof of its eligibility for applications in an industrial context is difficult  ...  An infrastructure-based network, such as a cellular network, can provide more stable communication but it requires the installation of base stations.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2020.00036 pmid:33501204 pmcid:PMC7805972 doaj:b6b5ca0ab5e74460ba9da0c68be2998b fatcat:jhagkabpevccfpfsrtdbozq6wy

The future of complexity engineering

Regina Frei, Giovanna Marzo Serugendo
2012 Open Engineering  
an overview on some very interdisciplinary and innovative research areas and projects in the field of Complexity Engineering, including synthetic biology, chemistry, artificial life, self-healing materials  ...  AbstractComplexity Engineering encompasses a set of approaches to engineering systems which are typically composed of various interacting entities often exhibiting self-* behaviours and emergence.  ...  Christian Knipprath from the Advanced Composites Centre for Innovation and Science (AC-CIS), Department of Aerospace Engineering, Bristol University, for his explanations about the various types of self-healing  ... 
doi:10.2478/s13531-011-0071-0 fatcat:6paflsnetngc3mupaxxirqffqm

Self-Organizing Networks for 5G and Beyond: A View from the Top

Andreas G. Papidas, George C. Polyzos
2022 Future Internet  
We describe self-organizing network (SON) concepts and architectures and their potential to play a central role in 5G deployment and next-generation networks.  ...  Our focus is on the basic SON use case applied to radio access networks (RAN), which is self-optimization.  ...  The three basic ones and key pillars are: • Self-optimization. • Self-configuration. • Self-healing.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi14030095 fatcat:ouwujylbgfhljajookgvyvt7yy

Self-organising Systems [chapter]

Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo, Marie-Pierre Gleizes, Anthony Karageorgos
2011 Natural Computing Series  
The majority of self-organising WfMSs are based on the agent metaphor.  ...  Examples of self-* properties are self-management, self-healing and self-adaptation. What are examples of natural systems showing self-organising behaviour?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17348-6_2 fatcat:ucsmb23dmzgvre4deodfwih7iy

Apoptotic Robotics: Programmed Death by Default

Roy Sterritt
2011 2011 Eighth IEEE International Conference and Workshops on Engineering of Autonomic and Autonomous Systems  
Acknowledgements The author is supported by the University of Ulster's Computer Science Research Institute and School of Computing and Mathematics.  ...  Some of the research described in this paper is patented and patent-pending by Roy Sterritt (University of Ulster) and Mike Hinchey (Lero-the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre) through NASA and  ...  In this circumstance, the mobile agent could cause substantial damage, e.g., deliver an archaic upgrade to part of the network operating system, resulting in bringing down the entire network.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ease.2011.21 fatcat:bspfu2k7izbrbolr3zrfi4wavu

Complex Adaptive Systems Modeling: A multidisciplinary Roadmap

Muaz A Niazi
2013 Complex Adaptive Systems Modeling  
networks, protein interaction networks, self-adaptation, self-assembly, self-healing, selforganization, signaling pathway networks, social network analysis, social networks, social simulation, systems  ...  sciences, communication networks, artificial intelligence, robotics etc. • Software engineering of agent-based and complex network models. • Verification and validation of agent-based and complex network  ... 
doi:10.1186/2194-3206-1-1 fatcat:kdqkcn2ohre4phj7oz6wz2tbbq

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.  ...  Traditional methods of system design require explicit programming for fault tolerance, which adds substantial costs and complexity to the design, implementation and testing phases.  ...  , self-healing and survivability.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1036921.1036929 fatcat:tdfwzfo5d5gwpljx6xedycjmeu

Self-healing and self-repairing technologies

Regina Frei, Richard McWilliam, Benjamin Derrick, Alan Purvis, Asutosh Tiwari, Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo
2013 The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology  
It suggests a terminology and taxonomy for self-healing and selfrepair, and discusses the various related types of other self-* This work is supported by the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in  ...  This article reviews the existing work in selfhealing and self-repairing technologies, including work in software engineering, materials, mechanics, electronics, MEMS, self-reconfigurable robotics, and  ...  Christian Knipprath for explaining self-healing composite materials.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00170-013-5070-2 fatcat:564mgebb6nebhis677eo43x23m

Autonomic communication services: a new challenge for software agents

Raffaele Quitadamo, Franco Zambonelli
2008 Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems  
The continuous growth in ubiquitous and mobile network connectivity, together with the increasing number of networked devices populating our everyday environments, call for a deep rethinking of traditional  ...  design, development, and execution of "autonomic" (i.e., self-organizing, self-adaptive and context-aware) communication services.  ...  , self-adapt, and self-heal.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10458-008-9054-9 fatcat:qafcewl36jeczc37ywe5rs4hky

A Taxonomy of Service Discovery Systems [chapter]

Vasughi Sundramoorthy, Pieter Hartel, Hans Scholten
2009 Context-Aware Computing and Self-Managing Systems  
Service discovery is a platform for network entities, whether hardware or software to spontaneously self-configure and self-heal in a volatile environment.  ...  their variance, and the different functionalities that contribute towards satisfying the selfconfiguring and self-healing properties of service discovery.  ...  We conclude by stressing that a service discovery system is the medium for propelling the power of computing beyond the realm of personal computers, such that information and services are accessible anywhere  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420077728.ch3 fatcat:rpflbxscc5h5fpccsqsc3bjnui
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