Workshop 09 – ACS

1st International Workshop on Autonomic Computing Systems


Wednesday, September 3, 2003


10.30 - 12.30 Autonomic Architectures


Today’s DBMSs: How autonomic are they?

Elnaffar, Powley, Benoit, Martin


Hayek’s Catallaxy: Economic Self-Organization for Autonomic Computing Systems        Eymann, Sackmann, Müller


Experiences in Building the Patia Autonomic Webserver,

McCann, Jawaheer


12.30 - 14.00 Lunch


14.00 - 15.30 Agents and Ontologies


Awareness and Agility for autonomic Distributed Systems: Platform-Independent Publish-Subscribe, Event-Based Communication with Mobile agents  

Padovitz, Zaslavsky, Loke


Building autonomic computing systems based on ontological component models and a controller synthesis algorithm    

Tziallas, Theodoulidis


Emotional Attributes in Autonomic Computing Systems  

Lee, Ibrahim


15.30 - 16.00 Coffee Break


16.00 - 18.00 Autonomic Frameworks I


A framework for Self-Optimizing grids using P2P components   

Schitke, Schutt, Reinefeld


Towards an Autonomic Computing Environment    



Towards an Autonomic Distributed Computing System     



Thursday, September 4, 2003


10.30 - 1.00    Autonomic Frameworks II


Fine-grained Self-healing Hardware for large scale Autonomic Systems, Kumar,



Balanced High Availability in Layered Distributed computing Systems

Trinitis, Walter, Leberecht


Making Autonomic Computing Systems Accountable: The Problem of Human Computer Interaction  

Hartswood, Procter, Rouncefield, Slack, Soutter, Voss


Adding Autonomic Functionality to Object-Oriented Applications

Schanne, Gelhausen, Tichy