Self-organization and Autonomic Informatics (I), Volume 1

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IOS Press, Jan 1, 2005 - Computers - 382 pages
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The methodology of multi-agent systems and the technology of Grid computing have shed lights for the exploration into the self-organization and adaptation of large-scale complex IT systems. This book provides advanced methodologies and technologies for this emerging area, refered to as Self-Organization and Autonomic Informatics.
  

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Contents

A Logical Treatment for the Emergence of Control in Complex
3
Towards a Methodology for Engineering SelfOrganising Emergent Systems
18
Moving NatureInspired Algorithms to Parallel Asynchronous
35
Opponent Modeling in Adversarial Environments Through Learning Ingenuity
50
From Bayesian DecisionMakers to Bayesian Agents
62
An EnergyDriven Social Behaviour Network Architecture
77
A Variable Resolution Virtual Sensor in Social Behaviour Networks
86
Developing SelfOrganized Architecture Solution According to Model Driven
97
A MultiAgent Approach for the Construction of a PeertoPeer Information
220
StateoftheArt and Current
237
Providing Reliable Distributed Grid Services in Mobile Env ironments
246
Mobile Agent Implemented Grid Resource Reservation
256
A CaseBased
267
Why Applying Agent Technology to Autonomic Computing?
282
A Programmatic Approach to Applying Sympathetic and Parasympathetic
293
Collaboration Patterns for Adaptive Software Engineering Processes
304

A Realistic Simulation Testbed for Studying Game Playing in Robotic Soccer
105
Knowledge Management to Support SituationAware Risk Management
114
OntologyBased MultiAgent Systems Support Human Disease Study
129
Intelligent MAS for Electronic Customer Relationship Development
142
Agent Based Computational Model of Trust
160
A Session Manager Service for Handling
175
Indications of SOC or HOT?
183
Combining Virtual Organization and Local Policies for Automated
194
Adaptive Middleware for Building a Pervasive Grid Environment
203
Service Agents Based Collaborative Workflow Management Implementation
313
An AgentBased P2P System to Distributed Knowledge Management
322
Intelligent TralTie Control on InternetLike Topologies
329
A MultiAgent Based Distributed Intrusion Detection System
342
A New Access Network Architecture for the Next Generation Wireless
349
Identity and Trust Management Directions tor User Controlled LightPath
356
TagBased Cooperation in PeertoPeer Networks with Newscast
365
Author Index
381
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