Julia Schaumeier

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—We are interested in engineering for open, embedded and resource-constrained systems, which have applications in ad hoc, sensor and opportunistic networks. In such systems, there is decentralised control, competition for resources and an expectation of both intentional and unintentional errors. The 'optimal' distribution of resources is then less important(More)
We address the problem of engineering self-organizing electronic institutions for resource allocation in open, embedded, and resource-constrained systems. In such systems, there is decentralized control, competition for resources and an expectation of both intentional and unintentional errors. The “optimal” distribution of resources is then less(More)
Applications where autonomous and heterogeneous agents form opportunistic alliances, which require them to share collective resources to achieve individual objectives, are increasingly common. We model such applications in terms of self-governing institutions for shared resource management. Socioeconomic principles for enduring institutions are formalised(More)
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