Phyllis R. Nelson

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Cyber-physical systems are being deployed in a wide variety of applications, creating a highly-capable infrastructure of networked " smart " systems that utilize coordinated computational and physical resources to perform complicated tasks either autonomously or in cooperation with humans. The design and testing of these systems using current methods, while(More)
Organic computing (OC) recognizes that the behaviors of deployed systems can be much more interesting than those predicted by simulation. By exploiting self-X properties such as self-organization, self-optimization, self-protection, and context-awareness, OC researchers are developing methods for creating robust, trustworthy systems. This paper presents two(More)
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