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— The next generation of embedded computing systems will have to meet new challenges. The systems are expected to act mainly autonomously, to dynamically adapt to changing environments and to interact with one another if necessary. Such systems are called organic. Organic Computing systems are similar to Autonomic Computing systems. In addition Organic(More)
An Organic Computing system has the ability to autonomously (re-)organize and adapt itself. Such a system exhibits so called self-x properties (e.g. self-healing) and is therefore more dependable as e.g. some failures can be compensated. Furthermore, it is easier to maintain as it automatically configures itself and more convenient to use because of its(More)