Self-Organising Semantic Resource Discovery for Pervasive Systems

Graeme Stevenson, Jose Luis Fernandez-Marquez, Sara Montagna, Alberto Rosi, Juan Ye, Akla Tchao, Simon Dobson, Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo, Mirko Viroli

Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems Workshops (SASOW), pp. 223–228
aprile 2013
IEEE CS, SASO 2012, Lyon, France
Jeremy Pitt (a cura di)
2012 IEEE Sixth International Conference (SASOW 2012), Lyon, France, 10-14}#sep#{2012. Proceedings

The possibility to have millions of computational devices interconnected across urban environments opens up novel application areas. In such highly distributed scenarios, applications must gain awareness as a result of opportunistic encounters with co-located devices, a departure from traditional reasoning approaches. We envision situated awareness as an emergent property of such networks, where bio-inspired algorithms are employed to coordinate interactions between devices through managing the lifecycle, distribution, and content of data. A congestion-aware, crowd-steering example illustrates this approach.

(keywords) bio-inspired, resource discovery, semantic matching
author={Stevenson, Graeme and Fernandez-Marquez, Jose Luis and Montagna, Sara and Rosi, Alberto and Ye, Juan and Tchao, Akla and Dobson, Simon and Serugendo, Giovanna Di Marzo and Viroli, Mirko},
Booktitle = {Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems Workshops (SASOW)},
Doi = {10.1109/SASOW.2012.46},
Editor = {Pitt, Jeremy},
Keywords = {bio-inspired, resource discovery, semantic matching},
Isbn = {978-1-4673-5153-9},
       pdf-local = {PID2504559.pdf},
Month = apr,
Note = {2012 IEEE Sixth International Conference (SASOW 2012), Lyon, France, 10-14~} # sep # {~2012. Proceedings},
Pages = {223--228},
Publisher = {IEEE CS},
Title = {Self-Organising Semantic Resource Discovery for Pervasive Systems},
Year = 2013,


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