Implementing and Evaluating the AHS Organic Middleware - A First Approach

  title={Implementing and Evaluating the AHS Organic Middleware - A First Approach},
  author={Alexander von Renteln and Uwe Brinkschulte},
  journal={2010 13th IEEE International Symposium on Object/Component/Service-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing},
Organic Computing is a new and promising research area. Inspired by nature, organic computing research wants to learn and adopt from techniques and properties of nature. The goal is to acquire the so called Self-X properties like self-organization and self-healing. Taking the hormone system of mammals as a role model, the artificial hormone system(AHS) was designed to map tasks on processing elements using artificial hormones. In previous publications we presented the idea of an organic… CONTINUE READING

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