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Autonomic Computing - Principles, Design and Implementation

Abstract : Autonomic computing is changing the way software systems are being developed, introducing the goal of self-managed computing systems with minimal need for human input. This easy-to-follow, classroom-tested textbook/reference provides a practical perspective on autonomic computing. Through the combined use of examples and hands-on projects, the book enables the reader to rapidly gain an understanding of the theories, models, design principles and challenges of this subject while building upon their current knowledge; thus reinforcing the concepts of autonomic computing and self-management.
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Philippe Lalanda, Mccann Julie, Ada Diaconescu. Autonomic Computing - Principles, Design and Implementation. Springer, pp.288, 2013, Undergraduate Topics in Computer Science, 978-1-4471-5007-7. ⟨10.1007/978-1-4471-5007-7⟩. ⟨hal-00854882⟩



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