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When Can We Call a System Self-Organizing? [chapter]

Carlos Gershenson, Francis Heylighen
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We discuss ontological issues we face when studying self-organizing systems, and analyse when designing and controlling artificial self-organizing systems is useful.  ...  We do not attempt to provide yet another definition of selforganization, but explore the conditions under which we can model a system as self-organizing.  ...  We believe that this discussion on when and how to best model a system as selforganizing should be carried further in the artificial life community, since we all study and build systems from a self-organizing  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39432-7_65 fatcat:dmjetbj2ebcd3pmxqsbekwuyci

Self-Organization

Chris Lucas
2005 International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems  
The principle we are looking for, which we wish to employ within our self-organizing systems, is called 'synergy' (Corning, P., 1995; Lucas, C., 2004c) .  ...  We thus can start off with 'parts' of appropriate types for our AI purposes, called 'agents', and let a collection of these coevolve and self-organize, bottom-up, to meet our needs.  ... 
doi:10.5772/5802 fatcat:tmv64dky5vgcnbcjti776grxmq

Modular self-organization [article]

Bruno Scherrer
2006 arXiv   pre-print
Our fundamental idea is that the former is a good framework for addressing autonomy whereas the latter allows to tackle self-organizing problems.  ...  We combine results from two apparently uncorrelated domains: Autonomous planning through Markov Decision Processes and a General Data Clustering Approach using a kernel-like method.  ...  Kernel Clustering will indeed lead to a generalization of the state aggregation technique, which we will interpret as a modular self-organization procedure.  ... 
arXiv:cs/0609142v1 fatcat:u53oe7slxrajnmssdlcspfl57e

Optimal self-organization

Dirk Helbing, Tamás Vicsek
1999 New Journal of Physics  
Using concepts from non-equilibrium thermodynamics and game theoretical ideas, we generalize this finding to an even wider class of self-organizing systems which have the ability to reach a state of maximal  ...  This principle is expected to be relevant for driven systems in physics like sheared granular media, but it is also applicable to biological, social, and economic systems, for which only a limited number  ...  Therefore, the phenomenon of "self-organized optimality" or "optimal self-organization", as we call it, is expected to be quite common in nature.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1367-2630/1/1/313 fatcat:4kzji2jjqffzliis56ip6wl6xu

Self-organized criticality

Per Bak, Chao Tang, Kurt Wiesenfeld
1988 Physical review. A, General physics  
We show that certain extended dissipative dynamical systems naturally evolve into a critical state, with no characteristic time or length scales.  ...  The temporal "fingerprint" of the self-organized critical state is the presence of flicker noise or 1/f noise; its spatial signature is the emergence of scaleinvariant (fractal) structure.  ...  A lower slope III. SELF-ORGANIZED CRITICALITY IN TWO AND THREE DIMENSIONS A. Why do we expect self-organized criticality?  ... 
doi:10.1103/physreva.38.364 pmid:9900174 fatcat:wf6yw35fevdynmvxucjm3zrax4

Self-Organizing Systems [chapter]

Wolfgang Banzhaf
2003 Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology  
This process is understood not to be instructed from outside the system and is therefore called self-organized.  ...  This hypothesis states that Earth's living and non-living components self-organize into a single entity called Gaia.  ...  Systems  ... 
doi:10.1016/b0-12-227410-5/00681-5 fatcat:c4cdgyk6wjbizbc7ivbqah75am

Complexity and Self-Organization [chapter]

Francis Heylighen
2009 Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences, Third Edition  
this article introduces some of the main concepts and methods of the science studying complex, self-organizing systems and networks, in a non-technical manner.  ...  However, the system tends to self-organize, in the sense that local interactions eventually produce global coordination and synergy.  ...  Self-organization then means that the system reaches an attractor, i.e. a part of the state space that it can enter but not leave.  ... 
doi:10.1081/e-elis3-120043869 fatcat:wfu2bbwvgnbe3jrs3o23ijf65y

Self-Organizing Data Containers

Samuel Madden, Jialin Ding, Tim Kraska, Sivaprasad Sudhir, David Cohen, Timothy G. Mattson, Nesime Tatbul
2022 Conference on Innovative Data Systems Research  
We propose a new self-organizing, self-optimizing, meta-data rich storage format for the cloud, called a self-organizing data container (SDC), that enables order-of-magnitude performance improvements in  ...  We present a preliminary design for SDCs, some motivating experiments, and discuss new challenges they present.  ...  This research is supported by the MIT Data Systems and AI Lab (DSAIL) and by NSF IIS 1900933.  ... 
dblp:conf/cidr/MaddenDKSCMT22 fatcat:3rlalv2tenhc5k4f3tlmgiz2nq

Self-organization and multiagent systems: I. Models of multiagent self-organization

V. I. Gorodetskii
2012 Journal of computer & systems sciences international  
Although the paradigm of self organizing control sys tems is not new, it is now at a new step of development, which involves, in particular, its integration with the multiagent system paradigm.  ...  The purposes of this paper are to analyze the state of the art in the field of multiagent self organizing systems, to provide a critical review of the available applica tions, analyze development techniques  ...  We note that these properties determine another (in addition to self organization) basic principle of living systems operation.  ... 
doi:10.1134/s106423071201008x fatcat:vpvk7xl4gzd2dp7cduje67uxui

Self-organized combinatorial optimization

Jiming Liu, Yu-Wang Chen, Gen-Ke Yang, Yong-Zai Lu
2011 Expert systems with applications  
In this paper, we present a self-organized computing approach to solving hard combinatorial optimization problems, e.g., the traveling salesman problem (TSP).  ...  Abstract In this paper, we present a self-organized computing approach to solving hard combinatorial optimization problems, e.g., the traveling salesman problem (TSP).  ...  Acknowledgements The work reported in this paper has been supported in part by a HKBU Faculty Research Grant (FRG) (FRG/06-07/II-66) and in part by a Hong Kong Research Grant Council (RGC) Central Allocation  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eswa.2011.02.103 fatcat:zmnlo3rm6newxbxwx2jmhfaby4

Self Organizing Networks (SON) [chapter]

Deepak Kakadia, Jin Yang, Alexander Gilgur
2017 Network Performance and Fault Analytics for LTE Wireless Service Providers  
In this report, we first discuss about when and why SON was introduced. Discuss about the aspects of SON.  ...  order to meet the requirements of network operators and service providers, the telecommunication industry and international standardization bodies are paying attention to the research and development of self-organizing  ...  UNDERSTANDING SELF-ORGANIZING NETWORK (SON) The 3GPP standardization body introduced SON in its December 2008 Release 8 while drafting LTE specifications.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-81-322-3721-1_8 fatcat:soyeef3tmnfkpoh7iecc2ngrre

SELF-ORGANIZING PROCESSES [chapter]

2013 Nanodesign  
Examples of some of the possibilities can be found in a discussion of a new Internet-based company-wide method for employee involvement [7] .  ...  We describe a novel Internet-based method for building consensus and clarifying con icts in large stakeholder groups facing complex issues, and we use the method to survey and map the scienti c and organizational  ...  We thank all these people for their generosity and helpful insights.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789814520355_0005 fatcat:ciag57ozcjd65fiptnrwj5htoy

Self-organized criticality [article]

Michael Creutz
1996 arXiv   pre-print
I review the concept of self-organized criticality, wherein dissipative systems naturally drive themselves to a critical state with important phenomena occurring over a wide range of length and time scales  ...  Government retains a non-exclusive, royalty-free license to publish or reproduce the published form of this contribution, or allow others to do so, for U.S. Government purposes.  ...  One can also show that the self-organized critical ensemble, reached under random addition of sand to the system, has equal probability for each state in the recursive set.  ... 
arXiv:hep-lat/9611018v1 fatcat:5zzmiozzvfbalan6whskg4vw2u

Self-organized percolation

A. M. Alencar, J. S. Andrade, L. S. Lucena
1997 Physical review. E, Statistical physics, plasmas, fluids, and related interdisciplinary topics  
We investigate a growth mechanism for percolation clusters where self-organization leads the system to criticality.  ...  This self-tuning behavior around a critical state is then discussed with reference to the concept of self-organized criticality.  ...  We thank L. R. da Silva and J. E. Freitas for useful discussions. We also thank CNPq, CAPES, and FINEP ͑Brazilian agencies͒ for financial support.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physreve.56.r2379 fatcat:wjzbidgf7ra4hkmea73kcfxpzm

Self-Organized Criticality [article]

Helmut Satz
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We apply the concept of self-organized criticality in statistical physics to the study of multihadron production in high energy collisions.  ...  Self-Organized Criticality For systems in equilibrium, we have a control parameter T and an order parameter m(T ).  ...  It seems natural to define this strength as the number of partionings of k itself, s(k) = q(k) = 1 2 exp(k ln 2). (9) In a framework of self-organized criticality, we then expect the number N(s(k), n)  ... 
arXiv:2003.08130v1 fatcat:vxbe5fn7zrc2xkxgmn26v2tsrm
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