Systematically Engineering Self-Organizing Systems: The SodekoVS Approach

  title={Systematically Engineering Self-Organizing Systems: The SodekoVS Approach},
  author={Jan Sudeikat and Lars Braubach and Alexander Pokahr and Wolfgang Renz and Winfried Lamersdorf},
Self–organizing systems promise new software quality attributes that are very hard to obtain using standard software engineering approaches. In accordance with the visions of e.g. autonomic computing and organic computing, self–organizing systems promote self-adaptability as one major property helping to realize software that can manage itself at runtime. In this respect, self-adaptability can be seen as a necessary foundation for realizing e.g. self* properties such as self– configuration or… CONTINUE READING
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