A Context-Aware Multi-Agent Systems Architecture for Adaptation of Autonomic Systems

@inproceedings{Wan2012ACM,
  title={A Context-Aware Multi-Agent Systems Architecture for Adaptation of Autonomic Systems},
  author={Kaiyu Wan and Vangalur S. Alagar},
  booktitle={Intelligent Information Processing},
  year={2012}
}
  • Kaiyu WanV. Alagar
  • Published in
    Intelligent Information…
    12 October 2012
  • Computer Science
An important requirement of autonomic systems is that they self-adapt, both with respect to internal self-healing and with respect to external environmental changes. In order to fulfill this requirement autonomic systems must have awareness abilities, context gathering mechanisms, context-dependent adaptation policies, and the ability to react with respect to each adaptation requirement. In this paper we provide an insight into these issues and propose a multi-agent system that interact… 

Towards realisation of evolvable runtime variability in internet-based service systems via dynamical software update

A dynamically reconfigurable reference architecture is proposed to construct the systems with evolvable software variability and the effectiveness and applicability of this approach is shown by constructing the system using the class library and solving the issues proposed in the case.

Towards Realisation of Evolvable Runtime Variability in Internet-Based Service Systems via Dynamical Software Update

A dynamically reconfigurable reference architecture to construct the systems with evolvable software variability and the effectiveness and applicability of this approach is shown by constructing the system using the class library and solving the issues proposed in the case.

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 13 REFERENCES

A Framework for Developing Context-aware Systems

This thesis proposes a component-based architecture for a Context-aware Framework that would be used to bring awareness capabilities into applications and fulfills a formal approach to construct context-aware applications.

Autonomic Computing

This book presents everything IT leaders and managers need to know to prepare for autonomic computing-and to begin leveraging its benefits.

Autonomic personal computing

This paper identifies the key technologies that enable autonomic behavior as distinguished from fault-tolerant behavior and gives some general considerations for an architecture that supports autonomic personal computing.

Managing and Delivering Trustworthy Context-Dependent Services

The FrSeC architecture is proposed, a family of Service Provision Specification Languages (SPSL) is introduced to specify the architectural elements, and SPSL descriptions for Service Registry, and Service Requester in Fr SeC are given.

On interacting control loops in self-adaptive systems

This work extends MAPE loops with support for inter-loop coordination enabling MAPE computations across multiple loops to coordinate with one another, and shows how the extensions were used to support self-healing in the traffic monitoring system.

Software Engineering for Self-Adaptive Systems: A Research Roadmap

The goal of this roadmap paper is to summarize the state-of-the-art and to identify critical challenges for the systematic software engineering of self-adaptive systems. The paper is partitioned into

PVA: a self-adaptive personal view agent system

Experimental results show that modulating the structure of user profile does increase the accuracy of personalization systems.

A Brief History of Context

In this brief survey an account of the early work on context, as well as the recent work on many working definitions of context, context modeling, and a formalization of context are given.

The White Paper.

Autonomic Computing: IBM's Perspective on the State of Information Technology