Marco Piraccini

Starting from pervasive computing paradigm, we want to face the new system's requirements, concerning, mainly, self-organisation, situatedness and adaptivity, through the definition and execution of nature-inspired patterns. They are extracted by the study of dynamics in biological systems and we consider for their implementation the biochemical tuple spaces model. In particular, the aim of the thesis is to design and realize a first biochemical extension of TuCSoN (technology based on tuple spaces model) and, then, to verify its capabilities by means of a proper case study, that deals with local self-organisation and competition of services in an open and highly-dynamic environment.

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Thesis

Supervision

— supervisor
Andrea Omicini
— co-supervisor
Stefano Mariani

Category

2nd-Cycle Thesis

Status

completed

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Dates

— available since
12/06/2012
— activity started
15/10/2012
— degree date
21/03/2013

IDs & URLs

— AMS Laurea
5127

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