Resource allocation, trading and adaptation in self-managing systems

Lulli, Guglielmo and Potena, Pasqualina and Raibulet, Claudia (2011) Resource allocation, trading and adaptation in self-managing systems. In: Advanced Information Systems Engineering Workshops - CAiSE 2011 International Workshops, Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing . Springer-Verlag, pp. 385-396. ISBN 9783642220555

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The allocation of a limited number of resources among multiple self-interested stakeholders is a challenging issue for many real life systems and applications. Resource management for this type of systems is a challenging task because of the different objectives of the owner of the resources and the stakeholders. The owner aims to an efficient usage of the resources, while stakeholders have self-interested objectives. This paper presents a software framework for resource management based on the integration of dynamic allocation, trading, and self-adaptation mechanisms. Resource allocation and adaptation are performed in a centralized manner, while resource trading is achieved through a decentralized approach. Furthermore, the paper presents the application of the proposed framework in two different domains: aeronautics and Internetware.

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