Towards an Autonomic Computing Environment

@inproceedings{Sterritt2003TowardsAA,
  title={Towards an Autonomic Computing Environment},
  author={Roy Sterritt and David W. Bustard},
  booktitle={DEXA Workshops},
  year={2003}
}
Autonomic Computing is a promising new concept in system development. It aims to (i) increase reliability by designing systems to be self-protecting and self-healing; and (ii) increase autonomy and performance by enabling systems to adapt to changing circumstances, using self-configuring and self-optimizing mechanisms. This paper discusses the type of system architecture needed to support such objectives. 
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