Distributed Resource Management in Systems of Systems: An Architecture Perspective

@article{Mosleh2016DistributedRM,
  title={Distributed Resource Management in Systems of Systems: An Architecture Perspective},
  author={Mohsen Mosleh and Peter Ludlow and Babak Heydari},
  journal={Syst. Eng.},
  year={2016},
  volume={19},
  pages={362-374}
}
This paper introduces a framework for studying the interactions of autonomous system components and the design of the connectivity structure in Systems of Systems SoSs. This framework, which uses complex network models, is also used to study the connectivity structure's impact on resource management. We discuss resource sharing as a mechanism that adds a level of flexibility to distributed systems and describe the connectivity structures that enhance components' access to the resources… Expand
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