Ruling Distributed Dynamic Worlds

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Wiley, May 27, 2005 - Computers - 288 pages
A sequel to Mobile Processing in Distributed and Open Environments, this title introduces an extended, universal WAVE-WP model for distributed processing and control in dynamic and open worlds of any natures. The new control theory and technology introduced in the book can be widely used for the design and implementation of many distributed control systems, such as intelligent network management for the Internet, mobile cooperative robots, Rapid Reaction forces, future Combat Systems, robotics and AI, NMD, space research on other planets, and other applications.
This title:
* Demonstrates a much simpler and more efficient application programming
* Cultivates a new kind of thinking about how large dynamic systems should be designed, organized, tasked, simulated, and controlled
* Introduces an extended, universal WAVE-WP model for distributed processing
* Compares the universal WAVE-WP model to other existing systems used in intelligent networking

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Contents

Preface
11
WORLDS AND WAVES IN THE WAVEWP MODEL
30
WORLD PROCESSING LANGUAGE
60
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PETER S. SAPATY, PhD, is Director of Distributed Simulation and Control, Institute of Mathematical Machines and Systems, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. He also worked in Germany, UK, Canada, and Japan as project leader and research professor, and is currently a visiting professor at the University of Aizu in Japan.

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