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    Ases at a much slower rate, thus lagging further and further behind. This means that large projects, such as the Semantic Web, either will get endlessly delayed, or end up with unworkable products. We need a radically different approach to overcome this bottleneck. One step forward is IBM's "autonomic computing" initiative. IBM researchers envision systems that function largely independently from their human supervisors, adapting, correcting and repairing themselves whenever a problem occurs. IBM's uses the metaphor of the autonomic nervous system, which runs our body for us without need for conscious intervention. How they hope to achieve this is less clear, though. Their suggestions seem to center around models of feedback, adaptation and control first proposed in the 1950's. While we applaud this "cybernetic" approach to computing, we believe that an even more radical vision is needed: selforganization. Self-organizing systems A self-organi

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    Title : The Meaning of Self-organization in Computing
    Author(s) : Francis Heylighen, Carlos Gershenson
    Abstract : Ases at a much slower rate, thus lagging further and further behind. This means that large projects, such as the Semantic Web, either will get endlessly delayed, or end up with unworkable products. We need a radically different approach to overcome this bottleneck. One step forward is IBM's "autonomic computing" initiative. IBM researchers envision systems that function largely independently from their human supervisors, adapting, correcting and repairing themselves whenever a problem occurs. IBM's uses the metaphor of the autonomic nervous system, which runs our body for us without need for conscious intervention. How they hope to achieve this is less clear, though. Their suggestions seem to center around models of feedback, adaptation and control first proposed in the 1950's. While we applaud this "cybernetic" approach to computing, we believe that an even more radical vision is needed: selforganization. Self-organizing systems A self-organi
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    Language : English
    Year : 2003

    Affiliations Global Brain Institute, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels
    Journal : New York
    Volume : 18
    Issue : June
    Publisher : Citeseer
    Pages : //pcpvub
    Url : http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.4.1576&rep=rep1&type=pdf

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