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Coordination of complex sociotechnical systems : self-organisation of knowledge in MoK / Stefano Mariani.

Stefano Mariani

Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2016.

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  • Title:
    Coordination of complex sociotechnical systems : self-organisation of knowledge in MoK / Stefano Mariani.
  • Author: Stefano Mariani
  • Subjects: Computer science; Self-organizing systems; Self-organizing systems; Computer Science; Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics); Information Systems and Communication Service; Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems; Computers -- Online Services -- General; Computers -- Software Development & Engineering -- General; Computer networking & communications; Software Engineering; Artificial intelligence; Information systems; Software engineering; Computers -- Intelligence (AI) & Semantics; Artificial intelligence; Electronic books;
    Dewey: 003/.7;
    Dewey: 004
  • Rights: Terms governing use: Copyright.
    Access restrictions: NON_PRINT_LEGAL_DEPOSIT
  • Publication Details: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2016.
  • Language: English
  • Description: Contents: Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Organisation of Chapters; 1.2.1 Part I; 1.2.2 Part II; 1.2.3 Part III; References; Part I Coordination of Complex Sociotechnical Systems; 2 Coordination of Distributed Systems; 2.1 Tuple-Based Coordination; 2.1.1 On Distribution; 2.2 Programmable Coordination; 2.2.1 LGI; 2.2.2 Gamma; 2.2.3 Tuple Centres and ReSpecT; 2.2.4 TOTA; 2.3 Probabilistic Coordination; 2.3.1 pKlaim; 2.3.2 SwarmLinda; References; 3 Coordination of Self-organising Systems; 3.1 Bio-Inspired Self-organisation Patterns; 3.1.1 Spreading.
    Contents: 3.1.2 Aggregation3.1.3 Evaporation; 3.1.4 Repulsion; 3.1.5 Other Patterns; 3.2 Nature-Inspired Coordination; 3.2.1 Biochemical Tuple Spaces; 3.2.2 SAPERE; 3.3 Chemical Reactions as Coordination Laws; 3.3.1 Selected Patterns Encoding; 3.3.2 Custom Kinetic Rates; 3.4 Uniform Primitives as Coordination Primitives; 3.4.1 Related Approaches; 3.4.2 Informal Definition; 3.4.3 Informal Expressiveness; 3.4.4 Formalisation; References; 4 Coordination of Pervasive Systems; 4.1 The Quest Towards Situatedness in MAS; 4.1.1 Review of Meta-Models; 4.1.2 Review of Architectures.
    Contents: 4.1.3 A Reference Architecture4.2 On Situated Coordination; 4.3 Environmental Situatedness in TuCSoN; 4.3.1 Architectural Overview; 4.3.2 Flow of Interactions; 4.3.3 Methodology: Example Scenario; 4.3.4 Related Work; 4.4 Temporal Situatedness in ReSpecT; 4.4.1 Time-Aware Coordination Media; 4.4.2 Time-Aware Extension to ReSpecT; 4.4.3 Expressiveness Showcase; 4.5 Spatial Situatedness in ReSpecT; 4.5.1 Space-Aware Coordination Media; 4.5.2 Space-Aware Extension to ReSpecT; 4.5.3 Expressiveness Showcase; References; 5 Coordination of Sociotechnical Systems.
    Contents: 5.1 Sociotechnical Systems and Knowledge-Intensive Environments5.1.1 Challenges of Sociotechnical Systems; 5.1.2 Challenges of Knowledge-Intensive Environments; 5.1.3 Research Roadmap; 5.2 From Activity Theory to Behavioural Implicit Communication; 5.2.1 Activity Theory for Multi-agent Systems; 5.2.2 The A & A Meta-Model; 5.2.3 Stigmergy and Cognitive Stigmergy; 5.2.4 Behavioural Implicit Communication; 5.2.5 Toward Computational Smart Environments; 5.3 Behavioural Implicit Communication in Real-World STS; 5.3.1 Survey of Actions; 5.3.2 Factorisation of Common Actions; References.
    Contents: Part II Self-organisation of Knowledge in Molecules of Knowledge6 Molecules of Knowledge: Model; 6.1 Motivation, Context, Goal; 6.2 Core Abstractions; 6.2.1 Atoms; 6.2.2 Seeds; 6.2.3 Molecules; 6.2.4 Catalysts; 6.2.5 Enzymes; 6.2.6 Traces; 6.2.7 Perturbations; 6.2.8 Reactions; 6.2.9 Compartments; 6.2.10 Membranes; 6.3 Computational Model: Artificial Chemical Reactions; 6.3.1 Injection; 6.3.2 Aggregation; 6.3.3 Diffusion; 6.3.4 Decay; 6.3.5 Reinforcement; 6.3.6 Deposit; 6.3.7 Perturbation; 6.4 Interaction Model: Epistemic Actions, Tacit Messages, and Perturbation Actions; 6.4.1 Share.
  • Identifier: ISBN 9783319471099 (electronic bk.); ISBN 3319471090 (electronic bk.)
    10.1007/978-3-319-47109-9 doi; BNB GBB8N7076; System number: 019164503
  • Notes: Bibliography note: Includes bibliographical references.
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (252 pages).
  • Series: Artificial intelligence: Foundations, theory, and algorithms,
  • Shelfmark(s): General Reference Collection DRT ELD.DS.364384
  • UIN: BLL01019164503

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