Nature-inspired Coordination for Complex Distributed Systems

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Giancarlo Fortino, Costin Bădică, Michele Malgeri, Rainer Unland (eds.)
Intelligent Distributed Computing VI, chapter 1, pages 1–6
Studies in Computational Intelligence 446

Originating from closed parallel systems, coordination models and technologies gained in expressive power so to deal with complex distributed systems. In particular, nature-inspired models of coordination emerged in the last decade as the most effective approaches to tackle the complexity of pervasive, intelligent, and self-* systems. In this paper we survey the most relevant nature-inspired coordination models, discuss the main open issues, and explore the trends for their future development.

keywordsNature-inspired coordination, Self-organising coordination
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