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Exploring Adaptation & Self-Adaptation in Autonomic Computing Systems

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This panel paper sets out to discuss what self-adaptation means, and to explore the extent to which current autonomic systems exhibit truly self-adaptive behaviour. Many of the currently cited examples are clearly adaptive, but debate remains as to what extent they are simply following prescribed adaptation rules within preset bounds, and to what extent they have the ability to truly learn new behaviour. Is there a standard test that can be applied to differentiate? Is adaptive behaviour sufficient anyway? Other autonomic computing issues are also discussed.

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Database and Expert Systems Applications, 2006. DEXA '06. 17th International Workshop on

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04-08 Sept. 2006