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Third IEEE International Workshop on Engineering of Autonomic & Autonomous Systems (EASE'06)
Towards Modeling, Specifying and Deploying Policies in Autonomous and Autonomic Systems Using an AOSE Methodology
Potsdam, Germany
March 27-March 30
ISBN: 0-7695-2544-X
Joaquin Pena, University of Seville Spain
Michael G. Hinchey, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA
Roy Sterritt, University of Ulster Northern Ireland
Autonomic Computing (AC), self-management based on high level guidance from humans, is increasingly gaining momentum as the way forward in designing reliable systems that hide complexity and conquer IT management costs. Effectively, AC may be viewed as Policy-Based Self- Management. We look at ways to achieve this, and in particular focus on Agent-Oriented Software Engineering. We propose utilizing an AOSE methodology for specifying autonomic and autonomous properties of the system independently, and later, by means of composition of these specifications, to construct a specification for the policy and its subsequent deployment.
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Joaquin Pena, Michael G. Hinchey, Roy Sterritt, "Towards Modeling, Specifying and Deploying Policies in Autonomous and Autonomic Systems Using an AOSE Methodology," ease, pp.37-46, Third IEEE International Workshop on Engineering of Autonomic & Autonomous Systems (EASE'06), 2006
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