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Title: Holonic rationale and bio-inspiration on design of complex emergent and evolvable systems
Authors: Leitão, Paulo
Keywords: Holonic manufacturing systems
Emergent behavior
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Leitão, Paulo (2009) - Holonic rationale and bio-inspiration on design of complex emergent and evolvable systems. Transactions on Large Scale Data and Knowledge Centered System e 20th International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications. p. 243-266
Abstract: Traditional centralized and rigid control structures are becoming inflexible to face the requirements of reconfigurability, responsiveness and robustness, imposed by customer demands in the current global economy. The Holonic Manufacturing Systems (HMS) paradigm, which was pointed out as a suitable solution to face these requirements, translates the concepts inherited from social organizations and biology to the manufacturing world. It offers an alternative way of designing adaptive systems where the traditional centralized control is replaced by decentralization over distributed and autonomous entities organized in hierarchical structures formed by intermediate stable forms. In spite of its enormous potential, methods regarding the self-adaptation and selforganization of complex systems are still missing. This paper discusses how the insights from biology in connection with new fields of computer science can be useful to enhance the holonic design aiming to achieve more self-adaptive and evolvable systems. Special attention is devoted to the discussion of emergent behavior and self-organization concepts, and the way they can be combined with the holonic rationale.
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