Intelligent cores and intelligent agents: two approaches to achieve autonomy in swarm-array computing
Varghese, B. and McKee, G. (2009) Intelligent cores and intelligent agents: two approaches to achieve autonomy in swarm-array computing. In: Letia, I. A. (ed.) 2009 IEEE 5th International Conference on Intelligent Computer Communication and Processsing, Proceedings. International Conference on Intelligent Computer Communication and Processing ICCP. IEEE, New York, pp. 315-322. ISBN 9781424450077
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How can a bridge be built between autonomic computing approaches and parallel computing systems? How can autonomic computing approaches be extended towards building reliable systems? How can existing technologies be merged to provide a solution for self-managing systems? The work reported in this paper aims to answer these questions by proposing Swarm-Array Computing, a novel technique inspired from swarm robotics and built on the foundations of autonomic and parallel computing paradigms. Two approaches based on intelligent cores and intelligent agents are proposed to achieve autonomy in parallel computing systems. The feasibility of the proposed approaches is validated on a multi-agent simulator.
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