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Neurons, viscose fluids, freshwater polyp hydra-and self-organizing information systems

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Principles of self-organisation are presented and are applied to the fields of the Web, which has developed its form from the bottom up; e-science, in which a grid of intelligent components interacted towards a greater understanding of the science concerned; peer-to-peer systems, that lend themselves to information systems that do not work with centralized authority; software and hardware agents; and mobile applications, which often defy centralized control.

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Intelligent Systems, IEEE  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 4 )