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Parallel and Distributed Systems, International Conference on (2005)
Fukuoka, Japan
July 20, 2005 to July 22, 2005
ISSN: 1521-9097
ISBN: 0-7695-2281-5
pp: 463-467
M. G. Hinchey , NASA GSFC Greenbelt, MD, USA
J. L. Rash , NASA GSFC Greenbelt, MD, USA
W. F. Truszkowski , NASA GSFC Greenbelt, MD, USA
C. A. Rouff , SAIC McLean, VA 22102
R. Sterritt , University of Ulster Northern Ireland
<p>NASA is proposing increasingly complex missions that will require a high degree of autonomy and autonomicity. These missions pose hereto unforeseen problems and raise issues that have not been well-addressed by the community. Assuring success of such missions will require new software development techniques and tools. This paper discusses some of the challenges that NASA and the rest of the software development community are facing in developing these ever-increasingly complex systems. We give an overview of a proposed NASA mission as well as techniques and tools that are being developed to address autonomic management and the complexity issues inherent in these missions.</p>

J. L. Rash, C. A. Rouff, R. Sterritt, M. G. Hinchey and W. F. Truszkowski, "Challenges of Developing New Classes of NASA Self-Managing Missions," Parallel and Distributed Systems, International Conference on(ICPADS), Fukuoka, Japan, 2005, pp. 463-467.
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