Many of today's complex applications are composed of ensembles of service components which interact and collaborate with each other to satisfy user requests or to build higher-level services. In any case, we can recognize different collaboration patterns, which we have classified in a preliminary taxonomy considering autonomic features.In this paper we analyze the collaboration patterns from the self-healing point of view, in order to point out the support that each pattern can provide to self-healing features of the whole ensemble, and not only of the single component.Moreover, we will provide a concrete example by means of a case study based on autonomous robots that search for food in an unknown environment to fill a common nest.

Self-healing in ensembles’ adaptive collaborative patterns / Puviani, Mariachiara; Cabri, Giacomo; R., Frei. - STAMPA. - (2012), pp. 361-367. ((Intervento presentato al convegno The Through-life Engineering Services Conference (TESConf) 2012 tenutosi a Swindon, UK nel November 5-6.

Self-healing in ensembles’ adaptive collaborative patterns

PUVIANI, MARIACHIARA;CABRI, Giacomo;
2012

Abstract

Many of today's complex applications are composed of ensembles of service components which interact and collaborate with each other to satisfy user requests or to build higher-level services. In any case, we can recognize different collaboration patterns, which we have classified in a preliminary taxonomy considering autonomic features.In this paper we analyze the collaboration patterns from the self-healing point of view, in order to point out the support that each pattern can provide to self-healing features of the whole ensemble, and not only of the single component.Moreover, we will provide a concrete example by means of a case study based on autonomous robots that search for food in an unknown environment to fill a common nest.
The Through-life Engineering Services Conference (TESConf) 2012
Swindon, UK
November 5-6
361
367
Puviani, Mariachiara; Cabri, Giacomo; R., Frei
Self-healing in ensembles’ adaptive collaborative patterns / Puviani, Mariachiara; Cabri, Giacomo; R., Frei. - STAMPA. - (2012), pp. 361-367. ((Intervento presentato al convegno The Through-life Engineering Services Conference (TESConf) 2012 tenutosi a Swindon, UK nel November 5-6.
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