Law-governed interaction: a coordination and control mechanism for heterogeneous distributed systems

@article{Minsky2000LawgovernedIA,
  title={Law-governed interaction: a coordination and control mechanism for heterogeneous distributed systems},
  author={Naftaly H. Minsky and Victoria Ungureanu},
  journal={ACM Trans. Softw. Eng. Methodol.},
  year={2000},
  volume={9},
  pages={273-305}
}
Software technology is undergoing a transition form monolithic systems, constructed according to a single overall design, into conglomerates of semiautonomous, heterogeneous, and independently designed subsystems, constructed and managed by different organizations, with little, if any, knowledge of each other. Among the problems inherent in such conglomerates, none is more serious than the difficulty to control the activities of the disparate agents operating in it, and the difficulty for such… CONTINUE READING

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