A survey on nature-inspired metaphors for pervasive service ecosystems

@article{Zambonelli2011ASO,
  title={A survey on nature-inspired metaphors for pervasive service ecosystems},
  author={Franco Zambonelli and Mirko Viroli},
  journal={Int. J. Pervasive Computing and Communications},
  year={2011},
  volume={7},
  pages={186-204}
}
Purpose – Emerging pervasive computing scenarios require open service frameworks promoting situated and self-adaptive behaviors, and supporting diversity in services and long-term evolvability. This suggests adopting a nature-inspired approach, where pervasive services are modeled and deployed as autonomous individuals in an ecosystem of other services, data sources, and pervasive devices. However, there are many possibly nature-inspired metaphors that can be adopted, and choosing one may… CONTINUE READING
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