Autonomic Computing and Networking by Radu Calinescu (auth.), Yan Zhang, Laurence Tianruo Yang,

By Radu Calinescu (auth.), Yan Zhang, Laurence Tianruo Yang, Mieso K. Denko (eds.)

Autonomic Computing and Networking serves as a technical consultant and reference fabric for engineers, scientists, practitioners, and researchers through supplying them with state of the art learn actions and destiny possibilities and tendencies. The contributions made by way of favorite researchers from academia and comprise cutting-edge architectures, protocols, applied sciences, and functions in pervasive computing and instant networking. specifically, the booklet covers latest and rising communications and computing types, layout architectures, cellular and instant purposes, know-how and examine matters in autonomic computing structures and communications.

Important good points include:

  • A finished reference on autonomic computing and networking,
  • State-of-the-art ideas utilized in the field,
  • Illustrative figures permitting effortless analyzing, and
  • Emerging developments and open study difficulties and matters.

The fabric is equipped into sections: autonomic computing and autonomic networking. With a complete of eighteen chapters, each one part includes 9 chapters addressing latest and rising architectures, protocols, and purposes.

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The author is grateful to Marta Kwiatkowska, David Parker, Gethin Norman and Mark Kattenbelt for insightful discussions during the integration of the PRISM probabilistic model checker with the autonomic policy engine. References 1. J. Arwe et al. 0, March 2007. org/ Submission/2007/SUBM-sml-20070321. 2. C. M. Bishop. Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning. Springer, 2007. 3. E. Bruneton et al. The Fractal component model and its support in Java. Softw. Pract. , 36:1257–1284, 2006. 4. R. Calinescu.

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