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Research challenges of autonomic computing

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Research challenges of autonomic computing
Autonomic computing is a grand-challenge vision of the future in which computing systems will manage themselves in accordance with high-level objectives specified by humans. The IT industry recognizes that meeting this challenge is imperative; otherwise, IT systems will soon become virtually impossible to administer. But meeting this challenge is also extremely difficult, and will require a worldwide collaboration among the best minds of academia and industry. In the hope of motivating researchers in relevant areas to apply their expertise to this vitally important problem, I outline some of the main scientific and engineering challenges that collectively make up the grand challenge of autonomic computing, and provide pointers to initial efforts to address these challenges. Categories and Subject Descriptors
Jeffrey O. Kephart
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICSE
Authors Jeffrey O. Kephart
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