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A Generic and Modular System Architecture for Trustworthy, Autonomous Applications

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A Generic and Modular System Architecture for Trustworthy, Autonomous Applications
We propose a generic architecture to facilitate the systematic design of autonomous, adaptive and safe applications. We specify generic modules including a trustworthiness enforcement layer dedicated to ensure the system’s functional stability as seen by the human owner. Instead of building a monolithic system, we encourage modularization based on the cognitive function of the components. A key premise is that domain knowledge is explicitly specified as a parameter of each application, with the side effect of enabling seamless integration with other remote autonomous or infrastructure applications. The design choices we have made are exemplified on a demonstrative travel management application.
George Brancovici, Christian Müller-Schloer
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ATC
Authors George Brancovici, Christian Müller-Schloer
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