Emerging pervasive computing scenarios require open service frameworks promoting situated adaptive behaviors and supporting diversity in services and long-term evolvability. We argue that this naturally calls for a nature-inspired approach, in which pervasive services are modeled and deployed as autonomous individuals in an ecosystem of other services, data sources, and pervasive devices. As an evolution of standard service-oriented architectures, we present a general framework framing the concepts expressed, and discuss a number of natural metaphors that we can adopt to concretely incarnate the proposed framework and implement pervasive service ecosystems.

From Service-Oriented Architectures to Nature-Inspired Pervasive Service Ecosystems

VIROLI, MIRKO
2010

Abstract

Emerging pervasive computing scenarios require open service frameworks promoting situated adaptive behaviors and supporting diversity in services and long-term evolvability. We argue that this naturally calls for a nature-inspired approach, in which pervasive services are modeled and deployed as autonomous individuals in an ecosystem of other services, data sources, and pervasive devices. As an evolution of standard service-oriented architectures, we present a general framework framing the concepts expressed, and discuss a number of natural metaphors that we can adopt to concretely incarnate the proposed framework and implement pervasive service ecosystems.
WOA 2010 — Dagli oggetti agli agenti. Modelli e tecnologie per sistemi complessi: context-dependent, knowledge-intensive, nature-inspired e self-*
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