Systems Resilience : A Challenge Problem for Dynamic Constraint-Based Agent Systems

  • Schwind N
  • Okimoto T
  • Inoue K
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Many researchers of different fields are interested in building resilient systems that can absorb shocks and recover from damages caused by unexpected large-scale events; however, no common agreement on the definition of resilience exists. In this paper, we set out to establish a new challenging research discipline that we call “systems resilience”, which provides a set of unified design princi- ples for building resilient systems. We define a dynamic constraint- based agent model called SR-model, whose resilience can be evaluated through a range of properties.

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  • dynamic system
  • systems resilience

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  • Nicolas Schwind

  • Tenda Okimoto

  • Katsumi Inoue

  • Hei Chan

  • Tony Ribeiro

  • Minami Kazuhiro

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