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On Immune Inspired Homeostasis for Electronic Systems

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On Immune Inspired Homeostasis for Electronic Systems
Many electronic systems would benefit from the inclusion of self-regulatory mechanisms. We strive to build systems that can predict, or be aware of, imminent threats upon their specified operation. Then, based on this prediction, the system can alter its operation or configuration to circumvent the effects of the threat. In this position paper, we discuss the role of the immune system can play in serving as inspiration for the development of homeostatic engineered systems, through the development of an immune inspired extensible architecture. We outline the major requirements for such an architecture, and discuss issues that arise as a result and propose possible solutions: things are never as simple as they first appear.
Nick D. L. Owens, Jonathan Timmis, Andrew J. Green
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICARIS
Authors Nick D. L. Owens, Jonathan Timmis, Andrew J. Greensted, Andy M. Tyrrell
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