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2013 IEEE 7th International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems (2007)
Cambridge, Massachussets
July 9, 2007 to July 11, 2007
ISBN: 0-7695-2906-2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction

Reviewers (PDF)

pp. xvi
Plenary Keynote 1

Michael G. Hinchey: Biological Inspiration. (PDF)

Michael G. Hinchey , Loyola College, Baltimore, MD
pp. xix
Plenary Keynote 2
Research Track, Session 1: Design Methodology, Foundations

Novel Mathematics-Inspired Algorithms for Self-Adaptive Peer-to-Peer Computing (Abstract)

Yookyung Jo , Cornell University
Indranil Gupta , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Steven Y. Ko , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 3-12

A Nonlinear Multi-agent System designed for Swarm Intelligence: the Logistic MAS (Abstract)

Francois Charpillet , LORIA - INRIA Lorraine, France
Christine Bourjot , LORIA - Nancy University, France
Rodolphe Charrier , LORIA - Nancy University, France
pp. 32-44
Research Track, Session 2: Provocative Ideas

Neural Network of a Cognitive Crow: An interacting map based architecture (Abstract)

Vishwanathan Mohan , Italian Institute of Technology, Genova, Italy
Pietro Morasso , University of Genova,Via Opera Pia 13, Genova 16145 Italy
pp. 55-64

Evolution of Cooperative Information Gathering in Self-Replicating Digital Organisms (Abstract)

Benjamin E. Beckmann , Michigan State University
David B. Knoester , Michigan State University
Philip K. McKinley , Michigan State University
Charles Ofria , Michigan State University
pp. 65-76
Research Track, Session 3: Synchronization/Desynchronization

Firefly-inspired Heartbeat Synchronization in Overlay Networks (Abstract)

Alberto Montresor , Univ. Trento, Italy
Ozalp Babaoglu , Univ. Bologna, Italy
Mark Jelasity , HAS & Univ. Szeged, Hungary
Toni Binci , Univ. Bologna, Italy
pp. 77-86

Desynchronization: The Theory of Self-Organizing Algorithms for Round-Robin Scheduling (Abstract)

Julius Degesys , Harvard University
Ankit Patel , Harvard University
Radhika Nagpal , Harvard University
pp. 87-96

Clustering Distributed Energy Resources for Large-Scale Demand Management (Abstract)

Mikhail Prokopenko , CSIRO ICT Centre
Elth Ogston , Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Geoff James , CSIRO ICT Centre
Astrid Zeman , CSIRO ICT Centre
pp. 97-108
Research Track, Session 4: P2P Systems

Merging Intra-Planetary Index Structures: Decentralized Bootstrapping of Overlays (Abstract)

Anwitaman Datta , School of Computer Engineering, NTU Singapore.
pp. 109-118

An Amortized Tit-For-Tat Protocol for Exchanging Bandwidth instead of Content in P2P Networks (Abstract)

Maarten van Steen , Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Dick H.J. Epema , Delft University of Technology
Pawel Garbacki , Delft University of Technology
pp. 119-128

Aggregation Dynamics in Service Overlay Networks (Abstract)

Fabrice Saffre , BT Group CTO, Pervasive ICT Research Center, UK
Pietro Michiardi , Institut Eurecom, France
Richard Tateson , BT Group CTO, Pervasive ICT Research Center, UK
Paul Marrow , BT Group CTO, Pervasive ICT Research Center, UK
pp. 129-140
Research Track, Session 5: Data Collection and Aggregation

Shruti: A Self-Tuning Hierarchical Aggregation System (Abstract)

Praveen Yalagandula , HP Labs, Palo Alto, CA
Mike Dahlin , University of Texas at Austin
pp. 141-150

An Autonomy Oriented Computing (AOC) Approach to Distributed Network Community Mining (Abstract)

Jiming Liu , Hong Kong Baptist University, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Bo Yang , Jilin University, Changchun, P.R.China
pp. 151-160
Research Track, Session 6: Combinatorial Optimization

On Scaling Multi-Agent Task Reallocation Using Market-Based Approach (Abstract)

Rajesh K. Karmani , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Gul Agha , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Timo Latvala , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 173-182

Distributed Frequency Assignment Using Cooperative Self-Organization (Abstract)

Marie-Pierre Gleizes , IRIT - Universite de Toulouse III, France
Pierre Glize , IRIT - Universite de Toulouse III, France
Gauthier Picard , IRIT - Universite de Toulouse III, France
pp. 183-192

An Adaptive Strategy for Resource Allocation Modeled as Minority Game (Abstract)

Ka-man Lam , Chinese University of Hong Kong
Ho-fung Leung , Chinese University of Hong Kong
pp. 193-204
Research Track, Session 7: Management and Control

Controlling Access to Preserve QoS in a Self-Aware Network (Abstract)

Erol Gelenbe , Imperial College London
Georgia Sakellari , Imperial College London
Maurizio D'Arienzo , Seconda Universita degli studi di Napoli
pp. 205-213

Leveraging Resource Prediction for Anticipatory Dynamic Configuration (Abstract)

Bradley Schmerl , Carnegie Mellon University
Vahe Poladian , Carnegie Mellon University
David Garlan , Carnegie Mellon University
Mary Shaw , Carnegie Mellon University
M. Satyanarayanan , Carnegie Mellon University
Joao Sousa , George Mason University
pp. 214-223

Towards Supporting Interactions between Self-Managed Cells (Abstract)

Stephen Strowes , University of Glasgow
Naranker Dulay , Imperial College London
Morris Sloman , Imperial College London
Emil Lupu , Imperial College London
Sye Loong Keoh , Imperial College London
Alberto Schaeffer-Filho , Imperial College London
Kevin Twidle , Imperial College London
Steven Heeps , University of Glasgow
Joe Sventek , University of Glasgow
pp. 224-236
Research Track, Session 8: Security

Identifying Malicious Peers Before It's Too Late: A Decentralized Secure Peer Sampling Service (Abstract)

David Hales , University of Bologna
Maarten van Steen , Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Gian Paolo Jesi , University of Bologna
pp. 237-246

STORM: A Secure Overlay for P2P Reputation Management (Abstract)

Aina Ravoaja , IRISA Campus Universitaire de Beaulieu Rennes, France
Emmanuelle Anceaume , IRISA Campus Universitaire de Beaulieu Rennes, France
pp. 247-256

e-SAFE: An Extensible, Secure and Fault Tolerant Storage System (Abstract)

Sandip Agarwala , Georgia Tech
Arnab Paul , Intel Corporation, Portland, OR
Karsten Schwan , Georgia Tech
pp. 257-268
Applications Track

Emergence of Smooth Pursuit using Chaos (Abstract)

Giulio Sandini , Italian Institute of Technology - University of Genova, Italy
Giorgio Metta , Italian Institute of Technology - University of Genova, Italy
Boris Duran , Italian Institute of Technology - University of Genova, Italy
pp. 269-272

Distributing Genome Sequence Databases with a Publish/Subscribe Middleware (Abstract)

Fabian Brites , University of Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia
Albert Y. Zomaya , University of Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia
Chen Wang , University of Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia
Bing Bing Zhou , University of Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia
Bin Liu , University of Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia
pp. 273-276

Self-Organizing Information Matching in InformANTS (Abstract)

Sven Brueckner , New Vectors LLC
H. Van Dyke Parunak , New Vectors LLC
Theodore C. Belding , New Vectors LLC
Rainer Hilscher , New Vectors LLC
pp. 277-280

DynCNET: A Protocol for Dynamic Task Assignment in Multiagent Systems (Abstract)

Tom Holvoet , Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Danny Weyns , Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Nelis Boucke , Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Bart Demarsin , Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
pp. 281-284

Improving ICE Service Selection in a P2P System using the Gradient Topology (Abstract)

Seif Haridi , Trinity College Dublin
Jim Dowling , Swedish Institute of Computer Science, Kista, Sweden
Jan Sacha , Trinity College Dublin
pp. 285-288

Adaptive SSL: Design, Implementation and Overhead Analysis (Abstract)

C. J. Lamprecht , University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Aad P. A. van Moorsel , University of Newcastle upon Tyne
pp. 289-294
Work-in-Progress Track, Session 1: Software Engineering and Multiagent Systems

Designing Self-Organising Emergent Systems based on Information Flows and Feedback-loops (Abstract)

Tom De Wolf , KULeuven, Celestijnenlaan 200A, B-3001 Leuven, Belgium
Tom Holvoet , KULeuven, Celestijnenlaan 200A, B-3001 Leuven, Belgium
pp. 295-298

Toward Requirements Engineering for Self - Organizing Multi - Agent Systems (Abstract)

Jan Sudeikat , Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
Wolfgang Renz , Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
pp. 299-302

On the Problem of Over-clustering in Tuple-based Coordination Systems (Abstract)

Robert Tolksdorf , Freie Universitat Berlin
Ronaldo Menezes , Florida Tech
Mirko Viroli , Freie Universitat Berlin
Matteo Casadei , Universita di Bologna
pp. 303-306

Task Selection in Multi-Agent Swarms using Adaptive Bid Auctions (Abstract)

Matthew Hoeing , University of Nebraska
Prithviraj Dasgupta , University of Nebraska
pp. 307-310

Self-Adapting Resource Bounded Distributed Computations (Abstract)

Nadeem Jamali , University of Saskatchewan
Xinghui Zhao , University of Saskatchewan
pp. 311-314
Work-in-Progress Track, Session 2: Self-Adaptation

Adaptive Self-optimization in Distributed Dynamic Environments (Abstract)

Andreas Pietzowski , University of Augsburg
Benjamin Satzger , University of Augsburg
Wolfgang Trumler , University of Augsburg
Theo Ungerer , University of Augsburg
pp. 320-323

Root Cause Isolation for Self Healing in J2EE Environments (Abstract)

Umesh Bellur , School of Information Technology, IIT Bombay
Amar Agrawal , School of Information Technology, IIT Bombay
pp. 324-327

A Weighted Voting Mechanism for Action Selection Problem in Self-Adaptive Software (Abstract)

Mazeiar Salehie , University of Waterloo,ON, Canada
Ladan Tahvildari , University of Waterloo,ON, Canada
pp. 328-331

Self-Adaptive Systems for Information Survivability: PMOP and AWDRAT (Abstract)

Marcelo Tallis , Teknowledge
Neil Goldman , Teknowledge
Robert Laddaga , BBN Technologies
Tim Hollebeek , Teknowledge
Bob Balzer , Teknowledge
Dave Wile , Teknowledge
Howard Shrobe , MIT CSAIL
Alexander Egyed , Teknowledge
pp. 332-335

Self-Adapting Context Definition (Abstract)

Neil O'Connor , Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Vinny Cahill , Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Raymond Cunningham , Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
pp. 336-339

Self-optimizing Peer-to-Peer Networks with Selfish Processes (Abstract)

Sukumar Ghosh , University of Iowa
Amlan Bhattacharya , University of Iowa
pp. 340-343

A Self-Adaptive Extensible Embedded Processor (Abstract)

Lars Bauer , University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Muhammad Shafique , University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Dirk Teufel , University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Jorg Henkel , University of Karlsruhe, Germany
pp. 344-350
Work-in-Progress Track, Session 3: Self-Organization

Scalable and Efficient Sensor Network Self-Configuration in BioANS (Abstract)

Michael Breza , Imperial College, London
Richard Anthony , University of Greenwich, London
Julie McCann , Imperial College, London
pp. 351-354

Towards Self-organizing Virtual Macro Sensors (Abstract)

Nicola Bicocchi , DISMI - Universita di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy
Franco Zambonelli , DISMI - Universita di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy
Marco Mamei , DISMI - Universita di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy
pp. 355-358

Robot Search in 3D Swarm Construction (Abstract)

Justin Werfel , Harvard University
pp. 363-366

Towards Cooperative, Self-Organised Replica Management (Abstract)

Andrea Marcozzi , University of Bologna
Giovanni Cortese , University of Rome
David Hales , University of Bologna
pp. 367-370

In Search of Simplicity: A Self-Organizing Group Communication Overlay (Abstract)

Adriana Iamnitchi , University of Florida
Anne Rogers , University of Chicago
Matei Ripeanu , University of British Columbia
Ian Foster , University of Chicago
pp. 371-374

Meta-Regression: A Framework for Robust Reactive Optimization (Abstract)

Daniel W. McClary , Arizona State University
Violet R. Syrotiuk , Arizona State University
Murat Kulahci , Arizona State University
pp. 375-378
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

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