Andrea Omicini  /  Andrea Omicini

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 the second part of the lecture we survey the most relevant nature-inspired coordination models, and their relationship with tuple-based models.

Course on “Nature-inspired Coordination Models for Complex Distributed Systems” — Part II.

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CUSO Seminar on Coordination Models (CM @ CUSO 2014)
Fribourg, CH — 20/11/2014–21/11/2014

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Nature-inspired Models of Coordination

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Andrea Omicini

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Andrea Omicini

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lecture

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CM @ CUSO 2014

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Course on “Nature-inspired Coordination Models for Complex Distributed Systems”

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University of Fribourg, CH

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20/11/2014

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